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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is HERE and its time for a durability test. Will the Note 9 survive the scratch burn and bend test? Will all the buttons remain intact during this video? Is that question super oddly specific? The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is on my desk and about to be scratched, burned and bend tested to the max. Before spending a thousand dollars on samsungs newest flagship, its important to know if the Note 9 is fragile or if the Note 9 will survive the test of time.
How durable is the S Pen? Glad you asked, in this video we also test the durability of the Note 9 S-Pen. Most of the time it will be hidden inside your phone, and protected by Samsungs iconic ridged durability… but theres always something new we can learn.
Would you buy a phone where someone could prank you?
Are you surprised at how secure Bixby is?
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