Samsung makes a Flippy Camera? - A80 Durability Test!
Its time to Durability Test the Samsung A80! Install Raid for Free IOS: clik.cc/FUT0a ANDROID: clik.cc/97NeL Start with 50K silver and get a Free Epic Champion on day 7 of “New Player Rewards” program Thanks to RAID for sponsoring this video. This Galaxy A80 is the first phone weve seen with a motorized camera that raises up AND flips around. With multiple motions... does that make the A80 motorized camera fragile? The only way to find out is with an A80 durability test. So far, most motorized smartphone cameras that we have tested have been super strong. (Except for the Oppo Find X fail... idworlds.info/from/1ax5mZe8bo2fdsk/video But weve made progress since then!)
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