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Sony Xperia XZ Durability Test - BEND test - Scratch Test - Burn Tested Published: 5 months ago By: JerryRigEverything

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Current Xperia XZ pricing in the USA: http://amzn.to/2etngoN
How durable is Sony's new flagship? The Sony Xperia XZ. Released in late 2016 this water resistant phone is going to end up in the pockets of a lot of people. Mostly outside of the USA. I put this phone through a series of tests. Scratch tests to see how easy the screen will scratch. And then I gently abuse the rest of the phone to see what it is made of. Is it a solid metal body like most flagships? or is there plastic incorporated into the design? My tests expose everything.

Sony Xperia XZ Teardown video: https://youtu.be/ZTSKqPIxC_A

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