Its time to durability test the Pixel 4 XL! Thanks to LastPass for sponsoring a portion of this video. Click here to start using LastPass: https://lastpass.onelink.me/HzaM/2019Q4NovemberJerryRigEverything The systematic durability test from JerryRigEverything is a rite of passage for any upcoming smartphone. Todays Pixel 4 XL is no different. Most phones survive my durability tests without any major damage. This Pixel 4 XL is not one of the survivors. Google's smartphone has cracked in four different places along the frame. Each of the antenna lines covered by thick paint cracks when the phone is bent. The Pixel 4xl should not be placed in your back pocket, or anywhere where the the phone can be flexed.
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