Nokia 8 Durability Test – Scratch, BURN and Bend Tested!

Its time to test the durability of the Nokia 8. Nokia has a pretty solid history of being some of the most durable phones on the market. Lets see if this Nokia 8 holds up to the Nokia Standard. The Nokia 8 can be found on Amazon HERE:

Awesome iPhone Tool Kit:
Green Pry tool:
Metal phone opening tool:

The camera I used to film this video:
The Lens I used for this video:
Wide angle lens:
And this Metabones adapter:
This is the drone I use:

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31 Replies to “Nokia 8 Durability Test – Scratch, BURN and Bend Tested!”

  1. Dew Sparkles

    Camera was well protected but it's usage pretty bad for its price.I bought this phone just for the brand – Nokia !! Many cheaper Mi phones have amazing camera !! Disappointed ?????

  2. VortechBand

    Yeah, I can see why you haven't tested the Nokia 8.1 though. It's fucking garbage. The screen shatters to small pieces just from looking at it the wrong way. And best of all? There are no replacement parts available in Finland.

  3. Egor Shevtsov

    after 5 months of use USB-C port become loose to the point of unusable. It's a common Nokia fault including earlier version. I had to send the phone for repair.

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