OnePlus 7 Pro – Hidden Camera Durability Test! Will it Scratch?
Lets durability test the OnePlus 7 Pro! Grab a dbrand skin for your phone HERE: http://dbrand.com/pop-up Mechanical cameras are pretty awesome. Yeah, it might be adding a ton of moving parts and hardware to solve a problem that doesnt really need solving… But it looks AMAZING. And I’m a huge fan of the additional features the OnePlus 7 Pro has added this year. The Triple camera setup on the back of the OnePlus 7 Pro is very tempting. In this video we will be durability testing the OnePlus 7 Pro, and seeing if the pop up camera can scratch, or what happens when the OnePlus 7 pro drops while the mechanical camera is open?
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