Huawei honor 5x - Bend Test, Scratch Test, Burn Test



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Got my fingers on one of many model new Huawai honor 5x smartphones. This is certainly one of their finances telephones, that also must be examined for sturdiness. Is it stronger than their earlier Nexus 6p? Lets discover out. I’ll carry out a scratch check, a burn check, and end it off with a bend check.

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34 thoughts on “Huawei honor 5x – Bend Test, Scratch Test, Burn Test”
  1. I have huawei honor 5c and i dropped it once… it has a medium sized crack (almost invisible xd) and now everytime i drop it guess what… NOTHING HAPPENS 😀

  2. I purchased one of these, and while it was a nice budget phone and looked/felt great, it failed to hold up. The frame corners around the top shattered from mundane drops, and the frame kinked at the power button exactly like this video after the bend test (just from normal wear and possibly from being in my back pocket) . This kink is fatal in the long term for the phone, as the bent metal frame eventually tore off my power button internally, so this phone is now non functional after owning it 1 1/2 years. Very disappointing as everything else was very nice for the price at the time. I did keep the phone in its original shipped case (flip cover case) the entire time, which admittedly wasn't designed to be protective but one would've thought it'd have kept it from suffering so much wear and tear.

    After watching several videos on this channel I replaced it with a very nice Nokia 6 which so far seems very well made for the price.

    Btw love the channel and think this channel is a must visit for anyone considering a new phone.

  3. I have it since release, put it in a beautiful thin case, and to this day not a scratch on it. Did slip from my hands few times but case protected it. Not a gaming phone for sure but I'm not a child. For all other tasks, calls, texts, social media, little you tube and almost constant playing music from sd card, it lasts me a whole day. I find myself still in love with this phone as the day I bought it. I have never regret picking up this beauty.

  4. I kinda hate to see these tests/experiments even though it's helpful. Because Lots of ppl wish they had those phones and can't even afford it and you ppl r just being them to destroy them. sighs.

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