Galaxy S8 Durability test is the review we have all been waiting for.
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The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the newest flagship from Samsung, released in April 2017 this android smartphone has the top of the line specs and performance. But is it durable?! There is only one place on the internet to find realistic tests that pertain to every day durability and thats right here with JerryRigEverything. Watch with me as we put the Galaxy S8 through two years of abuse in just a few minutes.

It'll only hurt for a second.

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72 thoughts on “Galaxy S8 Durability Test – Scratch, Burn, and BEND tested”

    1. vorys 123

      If the galaxy can maintain 99% of the same features there’s no excuse.

      Opinion have very little to do with the fidelity of audio, especially when you consider the iPhone doesn’t have Bluetooth 5.0 nor LDAC support. I’d imaging a phone costing 1k would at least have audio in mind.

      There’s a lot you miss from wireless and it’s the equivalent of substituting wired charging for it, it works but isn’t as good as a wired connection, the same as WiFi. Fast charging for example (another instance apple make you spend more), but the issue is how wired is still relevant and an industry standard, especially so for musicians, composers and studio engineers- though not entirely related. It’s a little perspective you might have ascertained if you bothered to read the against for this shitty buisness practice and greed.

      Many products use a headphone jack and frankly your opinion is invalid to that extent because removing features is inhernetly inconvenient when you have to charge additional products or use a chintzy official adapter that is the most hated/ complained thing on the apple store especially for 10 bucks a pop you’d expect durability (clearly not based on lighting anything products).

      In any ways apple ism increasingly terrible

    2. Zachary Law maybe wired provide better quality but iam not an audiophile or something like that so…
      (But yeah apple is trash i can agree with that)

    3. vorys 123

      You don’t have to be, however why would you intentionally want to miss out on the tiniest detail that make audio that much better? Afterall the tiniest things ammount to the bigger picture…sound, whatever. There’s literally no excuse to intentionally limit it for laziness, greed or complacency. It’s sets a pretty shitty precedent for manufacturing or quality standard when you think about it. Afteral, I’m not necessarily an audiophile, I just appreciate plug on and go convenience without adaptors,batteries and connecting. Granted, it’s easier now but it’s nice in addition, not as a substitution.

      All my products have a 3.5 minijack connector and I don’t want adapters to just do something as basic as listen to music ect.

    1. I have to agree with that, United Air, Far worse, Than Jerry. If you don’t give up your Paid seat United will break your teeth and drag you out by your arms, and that is just the start.

  1. Thank you for the informations!

    You are much better then TECHRAX… techrax is killing phones with the hammer and donr give any information..but you are the oposite of him!!!!

    1. Zachary Law mate no need to go off on me. Id take a Samsung over an apple. I agree with everything you said there, but it’s just not Apple that has removed the jack. It’s not as stupid as people think it is

    2. Zachary Law take a look at the Xiaomi MI6. That was the phone I had in mind, 5,15 inch screen but still manages a 3,3k mAh battery because of no headphone jack. That phone is just a bit quicker than the S8 in some aspects, for half the price.
      Although the S8 has a bit better build quality and great design, the MI6 is not too bad

    3. Yes

      It’s is. You lose so much fidelity when using Bluetooth. It’s is literally the worst and laziest way to avoid a loyalty fee not to include it. Apple literally swerved that by making it so any wired peripheral (dongle) had to be an authorized MFI product, menaing manufacturers pay them to manufacture it with the authenticity guarantee. However, USBC still makes no sense as it’s not proprietary, meaning they’re at a loss either way–including the audio quality.

      You don’t have to be an audiphile to enjoy wired music. It should be standard. There’s no excuse and Samsung is my case and point. Wireless will never beat wired for obvious data loss reasons. It’s as dumb as replacing wired charging with wireless.

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