OnePlus 5 Durability Test! Scratch - Burn - BEND Tested

OnePlus 5 Durability Test! Scratch - Burn - BEND Tested

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The One Plus 5 was given to me by OnePlus to review. Like always - the abuse and opinions are my own.
Here is the OnePlus 5 camera review on SuperSaf's channel:

Is this 'flagship killer' Android device from OnePlus built well enough to stand the test of time? That is what we are here to find out today. I take the OnePlus 5 smartphone and put it through the durability tests that every new phone is subject to upon launch.

The OnePlus 5 was announced in June of 2017 after skipping the One Plus 4. In this video I talk about why OnePlus decided to skip the One Plus four, and jump right to the OnePlus five. This review and unboxing video for the OnePlus 5 is all about durability and how your new cell phone is going to last through the coming years.

More info on the OnePlus 5:

Let me know if you have any questions in the comments!

Cell Phone Replacement Parts:
Awesome Smart Phone Tool Kit:
Green Pry tool:
Metal phone opening tool:

The camera I used to film this video:
The Lens I used for this video:
Wide angle lens:
And this Metabones adapter:
This is the drone I use:

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