Does the Amazfit Bip Smartwatch Fall Original iPhone 2G Teardown - TEN YEARS 2 days ago   05:40

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I had a few people tweet me about a smartwatch screen that was falling off. So I decided to buy an Amazefit Bip for myself and look into it: https://amzn.to/2Ix1rUD The Amazefit Bip has some pretty impressive specs, but that doesnt matter much if the smartwatch is falling apart on its own. Its supposed to be able to withstand some basic abuse.

Lets see if the Amazefit bip can withstand one of my teardowns. The quality of the Amazefit bip is in question, and we can find out how this fitness tracker is put together with a teardown.

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Kakeru Kakadu
Go to jail!

Murdering a smart watch is not ok.
Ali Arda Torun
Samsun S3 frontair
Scooby
Vibrator motor ribbon was already cut at 3:58.
Shahiduzzaman Kabir
Take apart another cheap one... HONOR BAND 4
Sritanai Ballem
I had this watch since my birthday, like it so far, made me more productive On my phone.
Aaron Schwarz
Do every generation Apple Watch & Samsung Gear & compare them all to Fitbits / the big names that most people get (the people watching your channel)
Starfals
Jerry takes another victim :) Oh how big the list has gotten
Alfonso R. G.G.
Dude that amazfit it's great, I had it for a few months already and I'm telling you, if you don't care about Siri or answering messages from your watch, it's the best one you can get, and battery is King, 30 days or more with a single charge.
Karthig1987
Garmin forerunner 235 for fun and the fenix 5x because i believe it mentions sapphire glass as well.
bilio dayssimo
this is the apple watch for cheap fucks
The Erikanec World
Can you check out the nevo smartwatch
matteo ciavattini
se volete distruggerlo seguite
DonnyFrusciante III
I’ve had this watch for over 1 year and it is great. It’s certainly never fallen apart and I still get about 20-25 days of battery.
Abdulloh
amazfit stratos.. plase....
Viktor Felker
What about the de-facto scratch test?
sillious soddus
Great video
brizolitek
??????
Adrian Lee
Was thinking of getting one of these another worthwhile video brilliant 🤩
Dam thing looks tougher than the iPhone 😆😆😆
Nao Kkha
Bro what will u do after doing this experiment
Vanessa Burns
Ugly
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Original iPhone 2G Teardown - TEN YEARS Does the Amazfit Bip Smartwatch Fall 2 days ago   05:45

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The First iPhone ever made was released on June 29th 2007. And Today, in 2017, its time to take it apart and see what it is made of. This original iPhone was state of the art back in the day. Two megapixel camera, 8gb of internal storage... Sleek metal body, and no visible screws. How do you take apart the iPhone? Lets find out.

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iPhone 4 Screen Replacement: https://ai-tube.com/videoai/bxFA54GBpox
iPhone 5 Screen Replacement: https://ai-tube.com/videoai/difYwnJ2Dob
iPhone 6 Screen Replacement: https://ai-tube.com/videoai/g6B-oTL_1qZ
iPhone 7+ Screen Replacement: https://ai-tube.com/videoai/tU2Hbx-9L8N

The camera I used to film this video: http://amzn.to/2p7GtkX
The Lens I used for this video: http://amzn.to/1QOXDw2
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And this Metabones adapter: http://amzn.to/2iZ67Ty
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