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Prise en main de l’Axon Max de ZTE au MWC 2016.

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[next.lab501.ro] ZTE Grand X V970 Camera Test

Posted on March/26/2018 | Categories: Videos 2 Comments

[next.lab501.ro] ZTE Grand X V970 Camera Test

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Samsung Galaxy S3 + ZTE Obsidian Drop Test

Posted on March/4/2018 | Categories: Videos 0 Comment

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Current pricing of the Axon 7 HERE: http://amzn.to/2ab7Ftr
Its that time again… Will the Axon 7 survive the JerryRigEverything durability tests? Lets find the weak points of the new ZTE Axon 7. Will it snap during the bend test? Does the screen have weak plastic? Is the body really metal? I answer all of these questions and more during this Axon 7 durability test video.

Let me know what you think in the comments! Are you going to buy this phone? Check the link above for the current pricing.

Here is the Axon 7 Teardown: https://youtu.be/wqivSM0NFsc

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