Blu Energy XL - Scratch, Burn, Bend test - Durability Video

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Midrange smart phones are giving the big name flagships a run for their money.... at HALF the price. HERE is the Blu Energy XL on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2aDvLZv

I chose this phone to test (I buy all my own phones) because of the huge 5000mAh battery. This battery is so big, that you can even use it to charge other phones, or other cameras, using USB OTG. (USB 'on the go') This allows the power to flow from the Blu Energy XL, into whatever other device it is plugged into. Like a lifeline, or a blood transfusion.

I start all my smartphone durability videos with a scratch test, then we check the quality of the materials. Is the phone built as advertised? Then we subject it to some bending. The tests are extreme, but do a good job of showing us what the phone will look like two years from now with normal use.

Let me know what you think! What other phones should I test?!

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The Lens I used for this video: http://amzn.to/1QOXDw2
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