Galaxy S10 Durability Test - Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scratched?!
Video Channel: JerryRigEverything
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is ready to be tested! See what your phone looks like with dbrands new skin Black Swarm: http://dbrand.com/nature Thanks to dbrand for sponsoring this video. Samsung just released the new Galaxy S10, the S10 + and the S10e. Samsung has always been a leader in premium flagships. Ive never had a Galaxy phone fail my durability test yet. Its time to see how the S10 holds up to a bend, scratch, and burn test. We'll be paying special attention to the in screen fingerprint scanner. Using ultrasonic fingerprint capturing technology... will it still work through scratched glass?
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