Black Shark 2 Durability Test! - a Cheap Gaming Phone?!

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Shared April 25, 2019

Lets Durability test the new Black Shark 2! Install Raid for Free IOS: ANDROID: Start with 50K silver and get a Free Epic Champion on day 7 of “New Player Rewards” program. Thanks to Raid: Shadow Legends for sponsoring this video. There have been quite a few gaming phones released recently. Like the Super powerful Razer Phone 2: or the ROG gaming phone: This time around we have a Gaming phone from Xiaomi. The Black Shark 2. With glowing LED lights surrounding the back metal panel and sides. Do the LED bars present a weakness like we saw in Apple's iPad Pro? Only one way to find out, and thats with a durability test on the Blackshark 2. We will bend, scratch and flame test the Black Shark 2.

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