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Will the super large display of the LG G6 make the phone weak?! There is only one place on YouTube to find the answer. With the real to life durability tests, Ill walk you through each and every aspect of the phone and tell you what to watch out for as you decide whether or not to own an LG G6. Is the LG G6 made from real metal? Is the back panel glass? What part might break first on the LG G6. Ill answer all those questions and more during this durability test video.
HERE IS THE FULL LG G6 TEARDOWN: https://youtu.be/KX0nd8VwiVw
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