ZTE has created a brand new phone being called Iceberg that comes with 2 notches. As you perhaps already know Apple started this trend with the iPhone X. Now Android companies are copying Apple just as they did when Apple introduced the dual rear camera on the iPhone 7 Plus.
At least this design is a bit more innovative where they did that notch design on both sides! Very creative I have to say. It looks like a very beautiful phone when it comes to design. On the back side it comes with a rear centred fingerprint sensor. Best located to put it if you ask me. Another thing that ZTE did was to put a speaker in each notch. It really has a nice aesthetic symmetry to it so it won an award.
This phone comes with a glass design on front and back. Which makes the name Iceberg to make sense. This is great for winning design awards but if we are going to be honest it would be best to use plastic or metal unibody for durability. Apple started the glass phone trend with the iPhone 4. The problem with it is that it very easily breaks.
On each corner you can see transparent glass connecting the front and back to create even more beauty. I have to say that it was very creative move. At the moment we don’t know the specs on this phone but we know that it will be a global launch of it in many regions. Hopefully it has specs that are similar to iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S9. We have been seeing a big trend of Beauty designed phones be released but with horrible internal specs. I hope ZTE put some attention to the specs. Is this perhaps the most beautiful design for 2018? I think that it may be!
You can see on the back side that it comes with a dual rear camera. Something that is very popular these days. I really love how the all-screen display on the front is rounded in the corners. Yes the Galaxy S8 display is also that but this one has no bezels so it creates an even more amazing effect!
I have made some strange videos sometimes. Because sometimes people want to know weird things like: Can a fruit charge a smartphone? It would be magic wouldn’t it? But do we really know if it works? I find it interesting how super many people clicked on the video because they were curious to see what would happen.
I’m going to be honest! When I did the video I actually found it super exciting myself because I had no idea about the result. Because as we have heard from many success Guru’s that everything in the universe is connected to the source. So perhaps a potato is magical and can get the job done?
I have done similar videos to test Android phones too if a potato has a magical effect on them. The only phone OS that I haven’t tried it with is Windows Phone OS.
In this video I am doing an epic speed test video between some iPhone’s that came out a couple of years ago. Many of them still cost a bit of money!
The cool thing that I realised was that I could start all iPhone’s at the same time if you plugged them into chargers and then turn the power on! This was way more effective than if I would have tried to turn them on just with my hands! It’s very hard to do that when you are a 1 man show. EverythingApplePro can do it because he has cool friends that help him with his content!
This video got a lot of attention it does seem like people love to see startup speed tests! Usually the boot speed may not have to do that much with the phone speed when it’s turned on. Usually most people keep their phone on all the time so it doesn’t really matter that much how fast the boot is. The fastest boot phone I have used have been HTC devices that have something in the settings you could enable to make it boot megafast!
I am surprised not more companies have adopted that. Usually takes around a minute still to start a device. I would love to see it get down to 1 second! Because sometimes you want to take a picture of something fast. Then you need a fast boot phone! Do you like this video and do you want to see more like this? Let me know in the comment section down below!
In this video I will test the durability on the iPhone 6 front glass screen! So we all know that phone’s are usually pretty durable for basic things as be in pocket and knife screen scratch test.
But how does it hold up to a 1 kilo hammer? This is more heavier than even a drop test would be! The impact on the screen will test it super much. You also have to take into consideration that iPhone 6 Plus is larger than standard iPhone 6 so it may have bigger weak spots.
A smaller phone like iPhone 4 or 4S may perform better because smaller screen I think gives better resistance to heavy things. On the other hand they might have stronger glass inside the iPhone 6 Plus. Just as Samsung most years upgrade their glass with a new gorilla glass version.
Do you want to see me do a hammer drop test on latest iPhone 8 or iPhone X? Maybe it would be interesting to see what would happen. But from what I’ve heard the iPhone X breaks pretty easily! And it’s also priced at 1000 euro so I won’t buy it for a long time. It’s very overpriced.
In this video I did a quick test with Apple’s iPhone 7 vs. Samsung’s Galaxy S7 in how they would perform in a Freeze Test!
What was cool with the iPhone 7 was that we didn’t really know how it would hold up in a fluid test. Because Apple doesn’t come out with a official certification for that iPhone about if it was IP rated or not. But usually Apple creates phones that are pretty good in quality so I thought it would be fun to test out the durability!
And of course it would be more fun if I did it side by side with Samsung’s high-end phone by then which was the Galaxy S7. And S7 have an IP68 rating which is one of the best phones comes with. Watch the video to see which one you think is the clear winner!
I consider to do more fluid comparisons if people find it interesting. Some of my most popular videos has been how a phone will perform inside a fluid. Other videos that I have made that have gained popularity has been hammer test and drop test. Is there any specific test you want me to do then please let me know in the comment section down below.