Honor 8 Giveaway CLICK HERE ---: https://gleam.io/DSaEp/huawei-honor-8...
Giveaway ends: January 18 2017
Giveaway is not associated with Huawei or YouTube in any way.
How durable is the new Honor 8 from Huawei? Will it last the full standard smartphone lifespan of 2 years? My durability tests are here to help us find out. I put the Honor 8 through 2 years worth of abuse in just a few minutes.
Ill start by unboxing the Honor 8, and then begin with a scratch test. After that Ill see what other materials make up the phone body, and finish off with the flame and bend tests. Let me know if you have any questions, and tell me what phone you want to see me test next!
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P.S. I was trying out a new microphone in this video. Ugh. I hate it. I wont use it again.