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Nothing Phone (1) Durability Test! – Here Goes Nothing…

Nothing Phone (1) Durability Test! - Here Goes Nothing...

Video by JerryRigEverything via YouTube

Its time for Nothing. Grab a Something Skin from dbrand for your phone here: The Nothing Phone (1) is probably the most interesting looking phone weve gotten in a very long time. Bonus points for Nothing (1) even being in a decent midrange price point. BUT… a good price means nothing without durability. Today we durability test the new Nothing phone to see how it can stand up to the test of time. We’ll do the scratch, burn and bend tests that JerryRigEverything is known for… and hopefully… fingers crossed…. ‘Nothing’ happens.

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