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.
Galaxy S8 Complete Teardown: https://youtu.be/GRmY-4HKVIk
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