Does the Oppo Find N *REALLY* have a 136 part Hinge? - Teardown!

  • Published on Jan 26, 2022
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  • Sayooj Chathoth
    Sayooj Chathoth 4 months ago +1713

    Can you compare the speaker quality with and without the foam balls? Would love to see how much of a difference it makes

    • Fredrick Badass
      Fredrick Badass Month ago

      Cmon jerry

    • coroc sat
      coroc sat 2 months ago +1

      The balls help with "fullness"
      helps stop it sounding like its only coming from the speaker
      Bass frequencys don't travle as far as treble so this helps to even out the volume
      Its why people who play drums put pillows in there kickdrum

    • Michio SD
      Michio SD 3 months ago

      Он не занимается тестами. Для этого есть куча других ютуберов.

    • Andrew
      Andrew 3 months ago

      @Øystein This is true. They also act as diffusion within the speaker port to take away from that 'tinny' sound that comes with small speakers. Taking them out would create a small speaker horn, which are generally louder in the high mid - high frequency range.
      I'm still interested in how it sounds without them though haha.

    • Øystein
      Øystein 3 months ago

      @Sherlock Holmes So? Can still test the speaker😅 But it would have little point. Notice the difference better on a larger speaker.

  • Priyabrata Parhi
    Priyabrata Parhi 4 months ago +253

    It's safe to assume that repairability is going to be a nightmare for these folding phones.

    • bronx_xu
      bronx_xu 2 months ago

      @Armadillito That's just the price of packing more into a smaller area. Regular smartphones are a lot harder to repair than the dumb phones of a decade or two ago, but that's to be expected. In cars, manufacturers are packing turbochargers into smaller displacement engines, so you get more power with better emissions and fuel economy-but of course that makes fixing it yourself a lot harder. As the technology matures it will be cheaper and presumably easier to switch parts hardware wise, but a certain level of complexity is inevitable.

    • Josefish
      Josefish 3 months ago


    • Priyabrata Parhi
      Priyabrata Parhi 3 months ago +3

      Apple doesn’t want third party repair, we all know that.

    • Just Rizki
      Just Rizki 3 months ago +2

      still repairable than apple product who use software to lock the hardware lol

    • mikldude
      mikldude 3 months ago +3

      It does look that way., my guess is the most common response from the phone maker if something on the inside goes belly up will be “ you need a replacement handset” .

  • DavidGP
    DavidGP 4 months ago +248

    Incredible that the outer parts of the hinge are actively being moved linearly when folding it

    • Tori Ko
      Tori Ko 3 months ago

      Can you help me understand what you mean by moving linearly?

    • EnterpriseKnight
      EnterpriseKnight 3 months ago +1

      I felt it.

    • Little Jackalo
      Little Jackalo 3 months ago +2

      @HelloDarkness I reported him for hate speech and bullying. But YT won't do anything, even if 100 people report him.

    • HelloDarkness
      HelloDarkness 3 months ago +2

      @Instagram User okay man, reported you for harassment

    • Wissem Bellara
      Wissem Bellara 3 months ago +3

      @Instagram User You literally have no videos... Reported for spam btw

  • Gare
    Gare 4 months ago +197

    It's just a shame something so advanced is so hard to disassemble and repair. I get that it comes with the territory, but we're entering an even worse era of repairability with folding phones...

    • youtubasoarus
      youtubasoarus 3 months ago +1

      @Christopher Banks You are hilariously naive.

    • Christopher Banks
      Christopher Banks 3 months ago

      its so hard to disassemble and repair because its advanced. The advancements usually make things more complex, especially when movement is involved.

    • youtubasoarus
      youtubasoarus 3 months ago

      This is the future of small electronics. Completely unrepairable. And that's all of course to pad the bottom line of the companies making them. It broke? Buy a new one they'll say.

    • Miles Wasil
      Miles Wasil 3 months ago

      @Instagram User you actually make no content

  • Preetam
    Preetam 4 months ago +520

    I got to be honest, this was one of the most destructive teardowns I have seen so far from Zack 😀

    • Joseph Lee
      Joseph Lee 3 months ago

      @Dennis Mongcal Hahaha.

    • Dennis Mongcal
      Dennis Mongcal 3 months ago +2

      and he doin it while the phone is still alive, what a savage, atleast he kill it off first so the phone doesnt suffer from that kind of torture.

    • Sreeram S Nair
      Sreeram S Nair 3 months ago +1

      I'm quite impressed by the internals tbh, I wasn't expecting it from Oppo 😊

    • Groza
      Groza 3 months ago +6

      @Instagram User Alright buddy, sure thing.

    • Alin Serban
      Alin Serban 4 months ago +5

      This is exactly the comment I was thinking and looking for😄

  • Alden Lipiarski
    Alden Lipiarski 4 months ago +37

    The engineering on the hinge is really impressive!

  • Matthew Radford
    Matthew Radford 3 months ago +49

    Lots of wincing in this teardown… brutal and destructive… so while the nicely branded Oppo battery seems easy to remove, nobody is ever going to make it that far at home without a lot of tears and regret.

  • brakjart
    brakjart 4 months ago +14

    The hinge no doubt is the best part. The ingeneering that had to go into designing it is fucking insane. Just the fact that it shuts completely leaving no gap between the two sides makes it the best design so far in folding devices atm.

  • GSSwordsmen
    GSSwordsmen 3 months ago +9

    That hinge is amazing for sure! I mean, Samsung made 3 and got it close (they'll probably nail it on the 4th one). Oppo looked at it, said they're making one, and then tossed it on the table for people to play with it. So far, every tech tuber that got this device is amazed at how smoothly this phone opens and closes. The breakdown you did shows they did some gear physics and material stress test to put out the best folding/hinged device.
    Heck if it wasn't for the OS and how small it was, I'd be looking into getting one. But yeah, the engineering of this phone is jaw dropping!

  • George D. Marsack
    George D. Marsack 4 months ago +11

    This was good free marketing for Oppo. Well built phone! Wish it wasn't so expensive but I can see now why. It's a technical marvel!

  • vikram r
    vikram r 3 months ago +4

    one of the most satisfying teardowns I have seen in years. Thanks Jerry! and Oppo as well.

  • God'sFaithful
    God'sFaithful 3 months ago +7

    Putting a piece of packing tape on the back will improve the suction. I use this trick when repairing screens or back glass of phones. This would help with the textured back.

  • Jared Isbell
    Jared Isbell 3 months ago +1

    Wow that hinge is one of the most beautiful things I've seen in a while, its gotta be difficult to manufacture but engineering art is nice to look at

  • CoMaNdO
    CoMaNdO 4 months ago +377

    It would be nice to see you test the hardness of the flexible glass layer in future teardowns, so we could see what it can sustain compared to both gorilla glass and the plastic layers, putting durability-related marketing to the test

    • Nagy
      Nagy 3 months ago +1

      @CoMaNdO Yes I was curious about this as well. The main issue I have with foldables is that the inner screen is scratched even by fingernails due to a plastic layer covering the screen. I always wondered what is the level of hardness of the ultra thin glass layer, since I imagine that will be the top layer as the tech advances. I feel like 90% of the replies here misunderstood your comment so I felt the need to reply 😂

    • CoMaNdO
      CoMaNdO 3 months ago

      @Adam J Smith it might not be in future generations, testing it now would test marketing claims, improvements over time and potential reasons for why it might be covered by plastic, assumption seems to be because it might be brittle, but what if it's not the case?
      What if this "glass" layer is as much glass as the iPhone's "sapphire" camera lenses are sapphire? If you're unaware, they're of no real value for durability (scratch resistance), it's just for marketing.

    • Adam J Smith
      Adam J Smith 3 months ago

      @CoMaNdO pointless the glass is covered with plastic anyways.

    • Adam J Smith
      Adam J Smith 3 months ago

      @REESES Peanut Butter Cups normal phones didn't fold...

    • CoMaNdO
      CoMaNdO 3 months ago

      @Rennie Ash I asked for hardness to be tested because I'm assuming the "glass" layer is some sort of composite involving high(er) concentrations of actual glass but my assumption is that it's softer, as Zack often says "glass scratches at a level 5 or 6", with most glass phones we see start scratching at 6, the folding glass would likely scratch at 5 or even 4 depending on what exactly allows the glass to fold.

  • Der Fuchs
    Der Fuchs 4 months ago +12

    That metal mesh was pretty cool. Seemed very hard to pull apart

    • DashN
      DashN 3 months ago +4

      @Instagram User report for spam

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous 4 months ago +25

    Testing the hardness of that “glass” layer would have been very interesting

    • Zach Brown
      Zach Brown 3 months ago +3

      @mrCharles why are you feeding the troll. report, don’t reply

    • mrCharles
      mrCharles 4 months ago +4

      Your name is lierally@Instagram User how could that even be remotely intersting or entertaining

  • Fixingthingz4u
    Fixingthingz4u 4 months ago +22

    I remember a day you used to pull this apart and get them back together without much damage Zack lately looks like that's not going to happen anymore mate great vid !

  • BUBA
    BUBA 3 months ago +1

    Having a Z Flip 3 i really envy how the hinge is much less visible

  • Hooj Choons
    Hooj Choons 3 months ago

    Imagine if you could take tech like that back in time to the late 70's/early 80's! It looks amazing today, back then you'd say it was impossible!!!!

  • PsotnikSC
    PsotnikSC 4 months ago +5

    I think the side effect of folding phone development could be a revolution in furniture industry.

  • Art C
    Art C 4 months ago +2

    Thanks for the tear down. It makes us appreciate how much design and tech that e can actually buy. However ts hard to see you break things down after watching the building of your projects

  • AKS
    AKS 3 months ago +5

    The art of engineering is just on another level 😍😍

  • 700y
    700y 4 months ago +180

    Amazing engineering in this phone. Crazy amount of parts.

      CERFEW MUSIC Month ago

      @Properso :D But it got no crease

    • bronx_xu
      bronx_xu 2 months ago

      @Properso :D The "basically" is the key here. A hinge... folds! How many ways are there to make a hinge that folds? That's a very superficial view, with a touch of racism. And folding screens are undeniably soft, we will see in the long term how it holds up (ignoring what Samsung says, of course their marketing will say it's good).

    • bronx_xu
      bronx_xu 2 months ago

      @Properso :D It's less expensive (thus more likely that people actually use it), stylus support is just software, and IP rating is just a rating (just because it hasn't been rated doesn't mean it can't achieve dust and water resistance, as many videos on TheXvid, including on this channel, have shown). An under display camera is just a design choice, Oppo has made other phones with under camera displays. I don't know how much Samsung is paying you, but competition is always good for the consumer. This is how we get better and better things (look at Apple customers, locked into whatever Apple decides is best).

    • A Oh
      A Oh 3 months ago

      @Emad Aldeen no the oppo lacks both compared to the fold...

    • A Oh
      A Oh 3 months ago

      Compared to what? Of course to us normies it's amazing but this phone is pretty shit

  • Alexey Delgado
    Alexey Delgado 4 months ago +8

    Amazing how far this technology has come and waiting for more yet to come.

    • T. K.
      T. K. 3 months ago +1

      @girlsdrinkfeck but they it well, so its ok for me. Dont be a fanboy. Just enjoy it.

  • Mano Murugesh
    Mano Murugesh 3 months ago +2

    Damn! The hinge mechanism engineering is simply awesome
    but that was brutal :) rip Find N

  • Ron Rice
    Ron Rice 3 months ago +1

    Hi Zach. I just caught one of your videos a few days ago and wound up watching a few of them, like the electric bike, the elevator, and a Q & A session from a year ago. Actually, the correct term is 'jury rigging'. I don't know if you knew that. I've been using it for most of my 68 years. I think you two are a great couple. Speaking of phones, I have a Motorola E6 and it's a pain. What is the best one for seniors for easy operation and easy navigation?

  • PixoCore
    PixoCore 3 months ago

    Hello Mr.Jerry Rig, I enjoy the work and humor you put in your videos and have watched nearly all of them. I'm excited to see you test out the new s22 series!
    Based on your full proof, non-dubious, unbiased and unparalleled techniques. I know I can trust the Jerry Rating.

  • Splashing Lebron
    Splashing Lebron 4 months ago +2

    i really enjoy teardown videos, my favorite things to watch.

  • Kyle White
    Kyle White 3 months ago +1

    I wish the Oppo Find N would come to the US, I like the form factor a lot more than the Z Fold

  • Sparky Rih
    Sparky Rih 3 months ago +3

    It hurts to see you tear off the inner display, but awesome to see the inside :D

  • orange fox
    orange fox 4 months ago +10

    Will there be a teardown skin for this? The metal mesh thing definitely looks really interesting

    • RoboRat
      RoboRat 3 months ago +1

      Probably not it's a China exclusive phone so it's fairly spendy and complicated to get your hands on one

  • Don’t click the stickman
    Don’t click the stickman 4 months ago +185

    We can all agree that that Jerry never fails to entertain us

  • theIndiangamer26
    theIndiangamer26 3 months ago +1

    Damn, didn't expect the durability test part to continue even in the teardown episode xP.

  • B Golledge
    B Golledge 3 months ago +1

    Wow that was rather Impressive and shows these new phones are getting hard to fix if needed

  • T[A]P Me!! To Have [S]EX With Me

    I got to be honest, this was one of the most destructive teardowns I have seen so far from Zack

  • Anthony Green
    Anthony Green 4 months ago +5

    I one: want a Z Flip 3 because it's a flip phone and flip phones are cool, and two: want a Teardown skin for my s21 FE. Love your vids, Jerry!

  • MSC
    MSC 4 months ago +7

    Im somehow curious whether you can connect the camera module to another fitting phone and see whether it works or whatever.

  • Jonathan Goodwin
    Jonathan Goodwin 3 months ago +4

    This phone is more water resistant than any other phone I swear. So much bloody rubber inside that thing

  • Chinedu Odili
    Chinedu Odili 3 months ago +2

    First phone review 2022 and i already think the find N will win the most nondurable of the year. How do you plan on getting the pieces together?,if you did manage to put them back together does the front screen still work well??

  • Cloud Arthur
    Cloud Arthur 4 months ago +2

    This has got to be Zack’s most brutal tear down yet

  • Anil Surujpaul
    Anil Surujpaul 3 months ago +2

    That hinge is a work of art 🎨

  • Oscar Ronces
    Oscar Ronces 4 months ago +2

    I can really appreciate the time and effort to do this

  • Taitmon
    Taitmon 3 months ago

    I use to be a repair technician and you made me close my eyes when you ripped that back glass off. That glass flies every where lol. thanks for the intense scene XD.

  • SwedeX (Ajbp95)
    SwedeX (Ajbp95) 4 months ago +23

    The blue and red rubber is a really neat contrast! Hope more phone manufactures follow suit,

    • SwedeX (Ajbp95)
      SwedeX (Ajbp95) 3 months ago

      @Zach Brown Jerry rigs everything's dbrand skin...

    • Zach Brown
      Zach Brown 3 months ago

      @Marc Dxn yeah exactly, who cares what color the rubber bits inside the phone are, especially if you’ll never see them? what a weird comment

    • Marc Dxn
      Marc Dxn 3 months ago +3

      Why.. it's inside the device out of view.

  • Yatindra Manas
    Yatindra Manas 4 months ago +173

    For those who can't snap, no problem 1:44! Just buy yourself a folding phone!

    • DemonDog
      DemonDog 4 months ago +1

      @Instagram User what?

    • Rishabh Rawat
      Rishabh Rawat 4 months ago +4

      @Instagram User bruh

    • -_-
      -_- 4 months ago +9

      @Instagram User shush

  • Mosfet Khan
    Mosfet Khan 3 months ago +2

    The cooler part is your analysis and review, which enables users to properly assess the product that they want to buy.

  • Fati & 3M
    Fati & 3M 4 months ago +2

    We missed your teardown videos Jerry 🤩

  • mxeknirish4 2020
    mxeknirish4 2020 3 months ago +1

    I'm so glad I bought one of you knives. I use it almost every day. Great design 👌

  • Dev Narayan
    Dev Narayan 4 months ago +7

    Still waiting for the Mi 11 Ultra teardown! Jerry, don't forget about that✨

  • Hassan
    Hassan 3 months ago +1

    What a piece of tech. Would buy it for sure

  • Ray of Light 62
    Ray of Light 62 3 months ago

    The hinge does a lot of vector translations, to hold both precision and the simmetries. What I have doubts about, 8s the foldable glass screen: glass is not the best material, in takes the mechanical stresses with some reservations. An uncommon combination of pressure, bend angle and torsion can induce a number of microfractures, which sum up to destroy the main screen prematurely.
    A great job of engineering, but there is no hint of applied research. The foldable phone require continuously improving materials, and there is no indications they are going toward that path.
    You fractured the thin front glass by pinching it between two fingers, and it broke at the same exact angle a 62.5/50 fibre optic would have broken: that is the hint that yes there is a lot of work on that phone, but zero fundamental research.
    The hinge is masterpiece that will do 200,000 reciprocations, but the glass is not up to the same level of sophistication.
    Thank you for the great video!

  • Randomonity
    Randomonity 3 months ago +2

    "Minor subdermal incursions" - between that and the impressively well-focused closeup of breaking the thin glass layer, it looks like he's testing the durability of his fingertips as much as the phone, lol.

  • Thomas John
    Thomas John 3 months ago

    Man I wish Samsung takes some notes from the Oppo. I love the design of this foldable, way more than the Z Fold

  • Yuna Ch
    Yuna Ch 3 months ago +8

    Jerry: Let's count all those 136 components.
    Also Jerry: It does look like OPPO is telling the truth so I won't count those parts anymore.
    OPPO: Boy we're off the hook. Good thing he didn't continue or he would have discovered that there was only 135 component on that hinge.

  • nojo pro
    nojo pro 3 months ago +1

    I forgot how well it did in the durability test it really does still work except for the burn marks and everyone could make the inference that a lighter will damage a phone like most things

  • Joseph Isaac
    Joseph Isaac 3 months ago +1

    He's ripping apart a 1500+ dollar phone. Let that sink in for those who struggle to get even 400 dollar phones 😂. He's a legend.

  • Awab Ze
    Awab Ze 4 months ago +3

    Am kind of disappointed that he did not damage the outer screen ..... The destruction in this video was satisfying

  • Tasserboy217
    Tasserboy217 3 months ago +4

    Working auto collision repair I’ve become absolutely terrified of glass splinters/slivers or broken glass in general, but seeing you just tear through the back glass with your BARE HANDS!!! Idk if I’m more impressed with that or that you’ve somehow gone through life accommodating those giants balls of yours..

    • A. Castillo
      A. Castillo 3 months ago

      seriously I was watching this like how does he just live life knowing so many of those might have stayed around after cleanup!!!! terrifying lol

  • Abhishek Aggarwal
    Abhishek Aggarwal 3 months ago

    This was one of the most destructive teardowns I have seen so far🤣🤣

  • kana neesh
    kana neesh 3 months ago

    Jerry Rig Everything videos on its own are amazing and I find to be a very educational channel, but playing as you try to fall asleep, probably the greatest thing on TheXvid, EVER.

  • Kudra Ibnshafi
    Kudra Ibnshafi 4 months ago +1

    I think just like we are making our own hummer EV, we should make our own foldable phone using two separate candy bar phones put together

  • Threee Dog
    Threee Dog 4 months ago +2

    this has to be one of your most aggressive teardowns

  • Chandan Hati
    Chandan Hati 3 months ago

    Wow! 136, that's a lot of component into just the hinge. And the craftsmanship is absolutely baffling. Thanks for the teardown, looked nastier than any of your earlier teardowns Zack. Good work though.

  • Duy Nguyen
    Duy Nguyen 3 months ago

    Oppo made their flagship very good: tough build, excellent appearance, smooth performance and reasonable price
    Im using find x2 pro (ceramic back) and it way better than other flagship at that time (ss s20, ip 11 promax)

  • [ Billey ] H0T Girl-C0me 0ver L!ve 💦

    It would be nice to see you test the hardness of the flexible glass layer in future teardowns, so we could see what it can sustain compared to both gorilla glass and the plastic layers, putting durability-related marketing to the test

  • Scott Hanks
    Scott Hanks 4 months ago +1

    “We’ll undo the screen ribbon later” classic JerryRig. 😂👍

  • -[S O F F Y] - Go To My ChanneI! L!VE NOW💖

    Amazing engineering in this phone. Crazy amount of parts.

  • veni hernandez
    veni hernandez 4 months ago +1

    "Let's start with the screws, ready, count with me now 1, 2, 3... for some reason I can't hear you counting" had me rolling, nice one!

  • mtdelnero
    mtdelnero 2 months ago

    That's some great build quality. Good to know.

  • Dmitry Moiseenko
    Dmitry Moiseenko 3 months ago +1

    Thank you for the intersting tear-down, Zack!

  • Anirudh
    Anirudh 4 months ago

    When I see so much brilliant engineering going on, I just have one question:

  • AK 500
    AK 500 3 months ago +1

    I have the original fold since release in the uk, it's lasted longer than my mates fold 2 because of the glass screen, he dropped it n it smashed and was unusable! My fold is still going strong! I work as a metal Fabricator have my phone in my pocket all the time n it attracts metal shavings! And I've dropped it 1000s of times.. take the case off n give it a wipe n it looks brand new, minus the hinge is a little lose now and a couple of small scratches on the screen, this phone has lasted me longer than any other I owned!

  • 山乇丂ᑎIᑕᕼOᒪ
    山乇丂ᑎIᑕᕼOᒪ 4 months ago +1

    So it seems you film the durability test and teardown the same day judging by the dirt on the table? lol just guessing. Great video btw, love this channel!!

  • Sam Aji Sadiwo
    Sam Aji Sadiwo 4 months ago

    oppo was insane, the parts is very cool 🔥

  • H T
    H T 3 months ago

    Zack is just like us.
    We all start with great enthusiasm. Till 12 was going good and then from 124... he just left out. Just like us. 🤣
    And we counted only 12.

  • PK
    PK 4 months ago

    When you broke that piece at the end. I felt that. 😭
    Oppo Find N's obliteration. 😂

  • Julia- 🔥𝐆𝐨 𝐓𝐨 𝐌𝐲 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 [𝐋!𝐯𝐞]

    Incredible that the outer parts of the hinge are actively being moved linearly when folding it

  • Edward Lymer
    Edward Lymer 4 months ago

    Could feel the glass in my hands just watching this

  • brugna456
    brugna456 4 months ago +2

    More parts is usually a bad thing in engineering and lean design.

  • AirRik Rhaine
    AirRik Rhaine 3 months ago

    i just came across your videos.. thumbs up mate love the tear downs and the details .. def gonna be my go to channel

  • WMars
    WMars 3 months ago

    That hurt man but also very cool to see the technology crammed in. With each screen crack I teeth grind wondering when the destruction will stop lol

  • Black705
    Black705 4 months ago +3

    Couldn't you just do a quick water dip test for each phone before the bend test? Would be interesting, specially with these not rated for water but still has some protection within.

  • Banloaed
    Banloaed 3 months ago

    Wow, the hinge looks so futuristic, cool video Jerry!

  • TheMrbunGee
    TheMrbunGee 3 months ago

    Wetting the textured glass might help the suction cup to hold on to it.

  • Rohith Krishna Nandam
    Rohith Krishna Nandam 4 months ago +3

    This should be the ASMR video, I enjoyed listening to the cracks, breaks, and stretches

  • Patrick Morrissey
    Patrick Morrissey 3 months ago

    Nice job on this one..... Looks unrepairable, but a neat phone. I'm always curious how they do that, with the folding screen.... It always feels like there has to be tradeoffs, and, yep, there are....

  • Tridiots
    Tridiots 3 months ago

    Sometimes i wonder if the second screen can be made to be snapped in and removed like how backplates used to be, like the second screen phone case from LG

  • Lukáš Baran
    Lukáš Baran 3 months ago +1

    You should try scratch test on this "glass" screen. Nice video as always

  • Kuda A
    Kuda A 3 months ago

    That hinge was pretty amazing

  • Slong Shiang
    Slong Shiang 3 months ago

    Please do the hardness test on the UTG nexttime to findout whether its above the plastic protectors 2H. Thanks!

  • Siddhesh Saraf
    Siddhesh Saraf 4 months ago

    The most brutal teardown of all time award goes to this video. 💔💔

  • Sienna🤳Onlive SAX Video

    I got to be honest, this was one of the most destructive teardowns I have seen so far from Zack

  • Happiest Soul
    Happiest Soul 3 months ago

    This year's most unrepairable phone goes to oppo find N 😄

  • turboheadcrab666
    turboheadcrab666 3 months ago

    This was one of the most unnerving teardowns I've seen from Zack. I couldn't finish the video because of the anxiety.

  • mikevelasquez
    mikevelasquez 3 months ago

    I've aleways wondered what do you do with all those phone parts left over from your tear downs. Do you have like a massive phone part museum? Or do you recycle them? Or do you sell them on eBay or something?

  • Muhammad Sulayman
    Muhammad Sulayman 3 months ago

    Is it possible to remove the inner screen without damage?

  • iTahmid
    iTahmid 4 months ago

    Jerry's humour is on another level. As always.
    Love from Bangladesh.

    AN PLAYZ 4 months ago +5

    Zack: " sees the complex mechanism of the hing"
    his mind: ok i give up.

    • AN PLAYZ
      AN PLAYZ 3 months ago

      @Thomas Meijer true

    • Thomas Meijer
      Thomas Meijer 3 months ago

      @Instagram User The people who watch the jerryrigeverything channel are interested in tech, not in that shit you make

  • parishala
    parishala 4 months ago

    I liked the video when you showed that mesh layer, now I wanna like it again for "Glass is glass and glass breaks." 🤣

  • Nikos
    Nikos 3 months ago

    One of the best tear down videos I've watched. Hahaha 👌🏼