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  • Before we durability test the new Black Shark 2 gaming phone, I've had a few people ask

  • me what happens when I try to use the telephoto periscope camera on the P30 Pro that I dissected

  • and left out of the phone.

  • The answer is nothing.

  • I initially assumed that the other cameras would still work, but they don't.

  • The camera app just freezes and doesn't function when one camera is missing.

  • Kind of strange...but hey, now we know.

  • This gaming phone durability test is sponsored by the game Raid: Shadow Legends.

  • Now I'm personally not a big gamer, but if you're into RPG games, Raid Shadow Legends

  • is one of the most ambitious projects of 2019.

  • It's a totally free role playing game with an immersive in-depth story line.

  • Giant boss fights and hundreds of champions to collect and customize.

  • Shadow Legends has put a ton of effort into the detailed 3D graphics that are used through

  • out the game.

  • You can see crazy level of detail that goes into the champions and dragons.

  • It's pretty intense.

  • Raid has grown pretty fast, so if you're into gaming, use the link in the description to

  • download and jump into special launch tournaments and win prizes.

  • If you download the game through the link in my description, you'll get 50,000 silver

  • and a free epic champion.

  • Thanks to Rage Shadow Legends for sponsoring this video.

  • Now it's time to check out what kind of hardware a dedicated gaming smartphone brings to the

  • table with the newest Black Shark 2.

  • Let's get started.

  • [Intro]

  • While every smartphone can technically game, there are a few phones on the market that

  • are built specifically for gaming.

  • Usually they get pretty expensive.

  • This Black Shark 2 is about half the cost of other flagship gaming phones while still

  • providing a lot of the same exact features.

  • And you know that gets my attention pretty quick.

  • Inside the box we have a charger and a power cord, and it also includes a case that's form

  • fit to the unique design of the Black Shark 2.

  • This thing looks pretty sweet with it's intricate meshed together glass and metal design and

  • subtle dark green shine along the edges.

  • I almost feel bad about putting this phone through my tests...almost.

  • The cool thing about gaming phones is that they usually add LED accents like we saw on

  • the Razer Phone 2 and the ROG Phone.

  • This Black Shark 2 is no different.

  • My camera doesn't pick it up super well, but it has an LED light up logo on back and LED

  • bars that light up on the sides when it's plugged in.

  • I'm a fan.

  • Let's start with the scratch test.

  • Black Shark was nice enough to add a plastic protective screen protector.

  • I have a set of Mohs mineral picks that tell us what materials things are made from.

  • Plastic screens, like a Nintendo Switch, scratch at a level 3.

  • Glass screens would scratch at a level 5 or 6.

  • And sapphire screens scratch at a level 8 or 9.

  • Diamonds are the only thing that scratch at a level 10.

  • This Black Shark 2 gaming phone shows scratches at a level 6 with deeper grooves at a level

  • 7, which is pretty much the norm these days.

  • But, we still always got to check to make sure.

  • There is an earpiece on this smart phone.

  • This also doubles as a stereo speaker, which makes sense, even with only one speaker would

  • be pretty hard.

  • The front 20 megapixel camera is covered with the same glass as the screen and is scratch

  • resistant.

  • One thing I am kind of worried about are the LED strips along the side.

  • Like we learned with the iPad Pro, any defect or hole introduced into the metal frame makes

  • the metal weaker and this plastic bar is taking up quite a bit of space.

  • The power button is made from metal and there is one more little slider switch up here at

  • the top.

  • Black Shark creatively calls this the Shark Key.

  • When flipped, this throws the phone into a shark space mode with a bit better dedicated

  • game performance and no notifications.

  • The button is made from metal, along with the top of the phone.

  • The left side has its volume rocker and same LED strip embedded along the edge.

  • We'll find out later if the flashy bits make the phone weaker or not.

  • Down here at the bottom of the phone, we are missing the headphone jack, but do have a

  • USB-C port and dual SIM card tray.

  • There is no water resistance rating on the Black Shark 2.

  • One thing I do like about gaming phones is their ability to break out of the normal smart

  • phone mold and add a little bit of design flare.

  • This phone appears to be using metal for the matte black bits as you can see from my little

  • shark drawing down here at the bottom.

  • Sharks have a reputation for being loners, but a lot of sharks are actually social with

  • each other, sometimes hunting in packs or just hanging out in groups called a shiver.

  • A shiver of sharks.

  • I guess you could say that this is a baby shark, mommy shark, and daddy shark doodoodoodododo...okay,

  • I'm really sorry.

  • The glass area intertwined with the metal is where Black Shark has stuck their antennas.

  • Taking apart this phone is going to be interesting, especially because they claim to have made

  • the world's first smart phone with direct touch full coverage liquid cooling, whatever

  • that means.

  • So subscribe if you want to see the internal guts of the phone.

  • The main camera here is a 48 megapixel monster, paired with a 12 megapixel telephoto camera

  • - both protected by scratch resistant glass.

  • One thing that Black Shark has been bragging about is the display.

  • It's a normal 1080p AMOLED, but they say that the touch sensitivity is where this phone

  • excels, with a 43.5 millisecond response time.

  • They've tested it against the iPhone, the S10, and even the ROG gaming phone.

  • Of course it's Black Shark's own test, and Black Shark did come out on top, but that's

  • still pretty cool, and a pretty important feature while gaming.

  • The screen lasted for about 20 seconds under the heat from my flame before going white

  • and never completely recovered.

  • Like a lot of other high end flagships, the Black Shark 2 does come with an under screen

  • optical fingerprint scanner.

  • We can tell it's optical by the way it uses green light to illuminate my fingerprint while

  • it's taking pictures.

  • I'll scuff up the glass with some deeper grooves and try the fingerprint scanner again, just

  • to make sure it can survive some abuse.

  • And it looks like even with this damage, the fingerprint scanner still functions.

  • A durable smart phone is important, especially a gaming phone that's going to be manhandled

  • constantly.

  • It's time to see if this aesthetic blend of metal, glass, and plastic LED sidebars is

  • durable.

  • When bent from the back there is almost zero flex to the phone.

  • With the exact same result when bent from the front.

  • This phone is totally rock solid.

  • Whether you keep your phone in your back pocket, or are a gamer with anger issues, this phone

  • should survive the rigors of everyday life and gaming just fine.

  • I'm looking forward to see how the internal LEDs integrate with the hardware and to see

  • if the internal liquid cooling of the Black Shark 2 even comes close to the water bed

  • sized heat pipe we found inside of the Razor Phone 2.

  • Remember, there's a link in the description for Raid Shadow Legends if you want to try

  • a new game.

  • Hit that subscribe button if you haven't already.

  • And come hang out with me on Instagram and Twitter.

  • Thanks a ton for watching.

  • I'll see you around.

Before we durability test the new Black Shark 2 gaming phone, I've had a few people ask

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