Huawei P40 Pro Durability Test! – You cant buy this phone!



The Huawei P40 Pro is here. Kind of. Customize your phone with dbrand: The P40 Pro is the latest flagship from Huawei, a company that isnt allowed to sell devices or hardware in the United States anymore. But Huawei still exists all over the world as one of the top smartphone manufactures, so we’ll continue testing them here on JerryRigEverything. Watch the Teardown video here:

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27 Replies to “Huawei P40 Pro Durability Test! – You cant buy this phone!”

  1. Lutz Hangebrauck

    Hey Zack, Would be great, if you would also test the IP standard of the phones! I suppose most phones would not float like a little lego, should be interesting 😉
    I've heard so many complaints about "waterproof", even IP68, phones actually not being waterproof…

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