Galaxy S22 Review: The iPhone of Android!

[Music] so what do the early 2000s san antonio spurs and the current day phoenix suns and the galaxy s 22 series all have in common well they're all drama-free they're all kind of a bit boring and all quietly really really good so those spurs weren't really just a one-trick pony of being more athletic or dunking all over the top of people or just shooting tons of three-pointers or really any of the things that a casual fan would immediately appreciate just good solid fundamentals ball movement high percentage shots and sharing the load same kind of thing with the phoenix suns of today they don't necessarily have one huge standout mvp superstar but like the whole team is really really good and there aren't really any weaknesses and they're quietly the number one team in basketball this phone is boring like i'm not the only one who's thought that and said that but that's what happens when a phone gets so really good across the board that there aren't really any weaknesses because they didn't really take any huge risks they just took a good thing and made it better so i appreciate that you know what you're getting with a samsung flagship very similar design to last year just a little bit smaller and a little more squared off and with glass on the back now instead of plastic that little spot where your finger rests under the camera bump too if you use it without a case it's a little more sharp but i got used to that pretty quickly but we all expect an ip68 water resistant phone solid speakers clicky buttons the best ultrasonic fingerprint reader in the game a nice satin finish you know not all of these things can be said about every other phone but they're all here and i even want to give a shout out to the in the hand feel of the smaller galaxy s22 so i talk about in the hand feel all the time but samsung made both of these phones smaller than last year the s22 plus went from 6.7 inches to 6.6 diagonally still big but then the smaller s22 went from 6.2 to 6.1 inches and dare i say it has a bit of a compact feel to it now obviously it sounds crazy to say that about a phone that still has a six inch screen but the fact that i'm coming from bigger phones combined with the flat sides and the tiny symmetrical bezels and the corner to corner display this has me feeling like it's about as compact as the phone can possibly be and i'm almost tempted to have it in the running for maybe compact phone of the year maybe it just holds that lead for right now in february but speaking of displays that's the one thing that we definitely know samsung two have been good at for a long time this year though there was a bit of confusion around them so let's clear that up so both the s22 and s22 plus have flat 1080p 120 hertz adaptive ammo led panels the plus is obviously bigger and it also has the higher max brightness of 1750 nits where the s22 gets up to a very respectable 1300 nits they're both very viewable outdoors although the peak brightness on the bigger phones and also the ultra is crazy bright like you can view it in direct sunlight it's awesome but there was a question about whether these were ltpo displays or not so that's that newer tech that allows you to modulate the display refresh rate down to 10 hertz to save battery so i'd ask samsung and i mentioned this in the impressions video that they told me that these are not ltpo displays but then at the same time on the spec sheet it also said that these go from 10 to 120 hertz so that was a bit confusing but now a few days later if you check samsung's actually changed those spec sheets and their website saying it can go from 48 to 120 hertz so they clarified that data transfer rates to the display can go as low as 10 hertz but the display is still refreshing faster so they updated their site to reflect the widely recognized industry standard of the actual refresh rate huh it's almost like some other companies sometimes lie to people by expressing things in other non-standard ways anyway so it's not the full variable refresh rate range of ltpo2 like we have on the ultra which is a bit of a downside to an 800 to a thousand dollar phone but aside from that it's a great bright responsive display in this adaptive mode and that's what matters most to me i did notice there's still some situations and still a few apps where it kicks down to 60 hertz on purpose like maps apps like waze and google maps and still the galaxy store app for some reason but with all the color customization and a really good auto brightness the only possible downside with this screen would be battery life and on top of that the only concern for me really going into reviewing these phones was the battery life because number one both the phones are smaller and so both of them have a 300 milliamp hour smaller battery than last year and number two the new snapdragon 8 gen 1 chip had some concerns about it it's that's obviously brand new and supposed to be very efficient but it also appears to be geared to be a very high-end chip very high performance so it performs really well puts up great numbers better than previous chips on benchmarks and it crushes gaming but it runs a little hot and if there's a reason almost every flagship you see coming out with this new chip also has like a huge section in their presentation about their new massive super innovative new cooling solution so with no ltpo smaller batteries and a potentially higher power drawing chip i was a little concerned about battery life on these phones turned out to be fine not amazing not like headline making but san antonio spurs boring level good so david was testing the s22 plus most at the studio and got a solid day and a half of use so starting a day at 7 00 am and then getting to 1 pm the next day before the battery dies pretty solid and i was using a smaller s22 for a few days and had no problem ending a normal day with 10 to 20 percent left now if i did a lot of high brightness navigation and gaming big power draw stuff i could take big chunks out of this battery fast so that did not surprise me with this chip it is a more efficient four nanometer process node now so it does really well with standby but you can absolutely burn through it with heavy use something to keep in mind too though the s22 plus has a better overall battery experience because it also supports 45 watt fast charging instead of the 25 watts on the smaller phone now it doesn't come with it so it's 50 bucks extra to get that 45 watt charger but that's a difference to note you wanna know something i did find i like less about the s22 though than last year it's a subtle one but it's real the vibration motor so the haptics are still actually really good and really strong and clicky and responsive and i love that about it but they've switched from a z-axis vibration motor to an x-axis vibration motor it doesn't sound like it make a huge difference but that's a difference in the direction of the pulsing of the motor and that makes it a lot less strong in my pocket and on a table for feeling the vibrations i missed a lot of notifications just because it didn't strongly buzz me enough [Music] so yeah i don't know that was a subtle thing you can still feel the vibrations really well and turn vibration intensity all the way up but the direction is different not sure why maybe space savings but it's real maybe the most exciting potential superstar upgrade on these phones though is the cameras the s22 having a major camera upgrade would be like the 2016 golden state warriors signing kevin durant making them the clear number one favorite right you have a new 50 megapixel main camera a 10 megapixel 110 degree ultra wide and another 10 megapixel 3x telephoto camera but this new camera system is more harrison barnes than kevin durant meaning it's it's really good but it's not gonna blow your mind at how good it is i love that we take photos this good from a smartphone for granted you give it pretty much any normal lighting situation and handles it really well samsung's colors are nicely balanced they've hit their stride with processing that isn't too overly sharp or saturated the ultrawide is definitely softer than the main camera but it still does well with a lot of light and the telephoto is rock solid no weird hdr haloing issues and pictures no white balance inconsistency problems no auto focus issues and pretty minimal shutter lag it's just boring tim duncan with the bank shot level solid also i i gotta say i love that it no longer punches into 3x when i shoot 8k video on the phone i know ak video is not the most popular feature but last time the higher resolution camera was the telephoto so if i shot 8k video it would punch into a 3x crop that was rough it doesn't do that anymore now it's just a tiny crop in on that main sensor which is actually a smaller crop than on the ultra because the ultra is cropping into the middle 33 megapixels of this massive 108 megapixel sensor so i'd actually rather shoot 8k video on the regular s22s than the s22 ultra now i'm not going to do it because it's still 24 fps which is the wrong frame rate shopped.onbc.com but still like why couldn't samsung add a little switch to make it 8k 30 if i wanted to the last three snapdragon chips have been able to support 8k 30fps video and i know you know 8k is supposed to be a super high end cinematic feature but at least buried in the settings let me do ak-30 if i want to i don't know maybe it's a samsung thing other phones have been able to do it not samsung now there are way more software improvements with these cameras like night photography which samsung calls knightography because they have to name everything for some reason but that's for better detail and night shots and ai stereo portrait mode improvements for better cutouts and space zoom stability locking and auto framing that can track up to 10 faces around a frame and a new separate expert raw app i'm going to talk way more about all this camera stuff in the s22 ultra review video which is coming soon definitely make sure you subscribe to see that one when it comes out but in this one i wanted to talk about its default status which you know especially in the u.s now it's kind of a running joke that outside of the tech community we've heard people call it like iphones and galaxies like they've just been so dominant here anyway that it's kind of already understood but especially with the s22 series now more than ever it's sort of solidified itself as the default android phone uh which is crazy when you consider what the pixel 6 was supposed to be now i used to rag on samsung's software for being incredibly clunky weighted down with bloatware looking like a cartoon skin on top of android while the pure google experience from a nexus or a pixel or even a lightweight skin from motorola or oneplus was the way to go but today now that oxygen os has gone downhill and the pixels are a buggy mess samsung's one ui has evolved into easily one of the most stable performant feature-packed android experiences out there they loop in the google stuff when it's good like having a google page next to your home screen and the new material you wallpaper picker from android 12 which lets you pick colors from your wallpaper to be accent colors and the menus of your phone but then they also sprinkle in tons of their own samsung features that you can decide to use if you want but not only that samsung has also vaulted ahead and is doing some things better than google's own phones so one thing that i've noticed is there's a new google messages app as the default on all these samsung phones which is cool if you go to the play store and try to download google messages it says you already have it installed but when you open it it's a samsung skinned version they're the only ones who have been able to do that so now it has that half screen reachable ui to match the rest of samsung's one ui then there's a new google duo feature that launched where you can essentially watch a youtube video together with someone while on a video call like apple did with share play over facetime and this feature has launched in google duo on the galaxy s 22s only first why so you have to use a galaxy s22 or s22 ultra to use this feature which i did we tried it and it worked but there is no timeline for when this feature will show up on other android phones including google's own pixel even though google made this feature and then on top of that samsung is promising four years of software updates for the galaxy s22s after they launch that's more than the three years of software updates that google is promising with their own phone in the pixel you see what i'm getting at so the galaxy s 22s are boring yes but the boringness comes from them having basically no glaring flaws and makes them incredibly easy to recommend i wish they were more sustainable i wish they included a charger in the box so you didn't have to go out of your way to buy a 45 watt charger and make more waste to actually use that feature and i can appreciate that some plastics being used in the phone are made from recycled fishing nets but that's really only a tiny dent in the big picture of samsung's footprint but in that classic frequently asked question of like if you're in the market for a flagship phone right now and i don't know anything about you the first phones that i'm gonna bring up are the iphone 13 and the galaxy s 22 plus and they've earned that spot that's been it thanks for watching catch you guys the next one peace

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๐Ÿ”‹๐Ÿ”‹๐Ÿ”‹ Your MOBILE phone is HEAVIER when is [FULL] battery. 0% vs 100% Really?!?

very good my friends today I have a question for you what do you think that is heavier an empty mobile phone or our full chart mobile phone I leave a car here so you can answer now what do you think I didn't result anything so I don't know the answer but what I'm going to do is to get a polar one that is 20,000 milliamps I'm going to wait it when it's empty and I'm going to charge it and then with it again so we will see if there is any change in the wife I'm going to use a kitchen scale so the Russell's are not going to be very precise but I don't know what do you think after the experiment I'm going to search on internet and I'm going to try to explain what happened ok the scale is in zero grams we place the battery there and it says three hundred eighty three grams let's charge it and let's see the result but he is full now we start the scale okay one gram two grains what are the result of the experiment the change in weight is not existing or is very tiny the conclusion is that the weight of the battery doesn't increase in a large scale that for sure because we don't have a big increase in weight and there are increasing weight maybe of one gram or two grains and this maybe is because the scale is not accurate enough let this one result and let's see what we can conclude they're doing some investigations [Music] so how secure is the weight of the battery when is chart the short answer is no but the long answer is yes but if we use the mass-energy equivalence formula that says dust energy is mass times square of a speed of light we see that there is a very teeny increase in mass in the battery but this increase is that a small that is not possible to measure with any scale in the wall even a particle of dust that goes to the battery is heavier than this increase of mass came in from the energy that has in the battery now actually what we are doing when we are charging the battery is moving electrons from one side of the electrodes lights to the other side so there is no adding of mass to see how little is there increase of mass in the battery we have to imagine that is more or less the same that adding a cube of sugar to the Empire State Building so I hope you have learned something don't forget to subscribe to the channel thank you for watching and see you in next video [Music]

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What is worth salvaging from an old smartphone?

Nowadays it is almost essential to own a smartphone In order to check on the latest memes, but also to connect to the world easily Only problem is that over time my smartphone always get slower And the battery capacity dropped rapidly And since Samsung is releasing new smartphone models yearly Which is quite tempting to say the least I got myself a Galaxy S7 about a year ago While leaving my Galaxy S6 behind But simply throwing my old smartphone in the trash is not an option for me So in this video let's dissect it In order to find out which smartphone components we can use for electronics projects Let's get started This video is sponsored by JLCPCB Who produce prototype pcbs quick and low priced So feel free to upload your gerber files to order your PCBs And while you're at it also try out their new shipping methods Which is a bit cheaper than usual To start of this teardown I removed the backside of the phone With a flathead screwdriver And then continued by removing all the Phillips heads screws near the edge of the phone Afterwards through the help of the plastic spatula And a lot of pushing around I separate the metal housing of the phone from the main electronics For now though I focused on the metal closing parts which onestly did not offer lots of components But I decided to remove this black piece of plastic with wires attached to it As well as the volume up, volume down and power push buttons Now the push buttons themselves are truly tiny but through the attached bracket copper pads We can easily confirm that they are still usable But i highly doubt that I will ever find a suitable project for them The black piece of plastic however is according to its outer look, and the fact that it features small resistance between its copper pads Most certainly a coil Which is used to wirelessly charge the phone If you're not familiar with this technology then feel free to watch my videos about the subject To not only understand how it works But also to create your own wireless energy transfer system With it we can tune the frequency of the square wave voltage apply to transmitter coil To the frequency which is commonly used with such commercial wireless chargers Which is around 147KHz And thus use our salvage coil as a receiver to for example light up this LED So in a nutshell I think this salvage coil can easily be utilized in wireless power projects Next I disconnected the battery and once again used the plastic spatula to completely remove it As you can see it comes with nominal voltage of 3.85V and capacitance of 2700mAh Which equals to 10.4Wh of energy That means as an example we could power a 5V 100mA project for around 20h which is not half bad The only thing holding us back is this tiny connector So I simply removed the rapping of the battery in order to get rid of it And thus I will be able to use this battery easily in future projects Moving on.

I removed the front camera of the phone as well as all the connectors from the pcbs And then lifted them out one after the other At the end i used the plastic spatula to separate the phone screen from the remaining plastic enclosure Which partly destroyed the flexible pcb, but more about that later For now though I finished my teardown by removing the home button and weird component which looks like coin cell And finally the speaker The speaker unit as well as the home button come with other components on their flex pcbs And thus feature those tiny complicated connectors Which means they are not easy to use, and thus not worth salvaging for my next projects.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Impressions: Design Refresh!

[Music] hey what's up mkbhd here samsung had their foldy event today which means i get to show you the phones that i got to play with behind the scenes a little bit before they came out which is as we expected two folding phones so we've got the galaxy z fold three with a better cover screen more durable folding glass s pen support it's got an under display selfie camera i made an entire separate hands-on video with this phone it'll be the first thing to hold that like button definitely check it out it's really nice but then also there's this guy the z flip three and while honestly this feels like a less surprising pretty modest update comparably of all the folding phones this is actually the one that i feel like i'm most likely to start recommending to regular people they've made a lot of good calls here so the z-flip and z-flip 5g have been out for a little bit what were people asking for from a new flipping phone so a better bigger cover screen a high fresh rate main screen and lower the price a little bit okay check check and kind of check so let's just start with the price the flip 3 is going to start at 9.99 which is its lowest ever price it's the lowest price of any of their folding phones uh but the baseline version of it now has 128 gigs of storage where the previous flips all had higher prices but they all started at 256.

So they've made a lower priced version thus having a lowest ever price but you can see how they've sort of turned that narrative a little bit i still think 999 is pretty clutch though because while it is definitely still expensive it's now in line with some other regular flagship smartphones people are going to be considering buying it just happens to be the one that's folding in half so i'm happy to see this lower price but the inside screen the folding display which is still the same size and aspect ratio is also now 120 hertz which is great everything is now benefiting from being super smooth and you can always turn that down to 60 hertz if you want to literally feels like the iphone will be the last flagship to go higher fresh rate but that's the conversation for another day and all of this is wrapped in a design refresh that includes a larger and more functional cover display going from that tiny 1.1 inch screen from before to a 1.9 inch cover screen now it's not quite the huge 2.7 inch screen on the razer but this is a much bigger window and it makes a huge difference so by default it's still just going to be showing you the time which is the same as before cool plus you get the battery and the date but now swiping over to those different widgets and quick actions is way more functional and comfortable now it's not that tiny postage stamp size screen you've got music controls alarms timers and they're now an actually usable size and so this is the stuff you don't always want to have to open the phone to get to but the most important thing is notifications so if you swipe to the left of the time you get all the notifications on your phone and yes you can read more than one and you can actually swipe to dismiss individual notifications and you can actually manage them properly from the outside display that is beautiful so you can of course dive into the settings and customize a little more of what happens on this outside screen samsung's built a bunch of neat time animations so if you want a little more color or if you want to keep it clean or maybe you want multiple clocks for different time zones there's a lot to play with here and then you can even add or subtract widgets you don't use so i know i'd probably add in the weather widget and the calendar for myself and you can reorder them all of that is great and you always know what to expect when you swipe so overall that's a pretty big usability improvement for the outside screen on the flip of course it can still be your camera viewfinder when taking photos with the primary dual cameras it still shows you the phone number the name of whoever's calling you all that good stuff is still here just bigger and i don't know about you but i'm kind of liking this new dual tone design honestly if you didn't have any logos on it like if you just told a younger version of me that this was a folding pixel i probably would have believed you it kind of looks like the aesthetic from that panda pixel 2 but the sides are a little bit flatter too which definitely helps with modernizing it a bit and it feels good in the hand plus the new hinge is improved again and it's improved to the point where the whole phone is now ipx8 water resistant which is pretty sweet uh that means you can dunk the phone in water drop it in a puddle or spill something on it momentarily and it'll be fine which is cool now ipx8 does not mean dust resistant unfortunately the stuff that usually ends up plaguing folding phones like the grit and stuff that gets in the hinge can still make it through there so it's not certified to block that stuff out but it's cool to see a watertight seal but also they tossed in some better speakers this time so the original flips just had this one not that great speaker at the bottom and the earpiece now flip 3 actually gets a much improved speaker in the same spot and there are dolby atmos stereo speakers now so new gorilla glass invictus on the back same fingerprint reader on the power button this is nice this is a nice package this is a really nice folding phone design in 2021 now this doesn't go as far into the high end as the fold three so it doesn't have s pen support even though it does have 30 stronger screen protector on the inside folding glass and it also doesn't have the under display selfie camera it still has the hole punch but as far as the most reasonable folding phone put together so far in 2021 i mean this one i think this one takes the crown it has the flagship specs snapdragon 8 and 8 gigs of ram it has flagship cameras a standard and an ultra wide the battery is the same size as last year so that could be the only concern now that we just got high refresh rate but then putting this all in nicely designed water resistant refresh at 9.99 to me this has serious potential and even if this doesn't turn out to be the one that a lot of people start buying the trajectory is pretty good of getting down that price and making it as close to a regular phone as possible but all that being said i still have to test this phone i'm going to be reviewing it very soon so make sure you subscribe to see that if you haven't already and of course check out the fold three because you might be into that bigger more high end more interesting look again it's the link below but either way that's been it catch you guys the next one peace

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๐Ÿ”‹๐Ÿ”‹๐Ÿ”‹ Your MOBILE phone is HEAVIER when is [FULL] battery. 0% vs 100% Really?!?

very good my friends today I have a question for you what do you think that is heavier an empty mobile phone or our full chart mobile phone I leave a car here so you can answer now what do you think I didn't result anything so I don't know the answer but what I'm going to do is to get a polar one that is 20,000 milliamps I'm going to wait it when it's empty and I'm going to charge it and then with it again so we will see if there is any change in the wife I'm going to use a kitchen scale so the Russell's are not going to be very precise but I don't know what do you think after the experiment I'm going to search on internet and I'm going to try to explain what happened ok the scale is in zero grams we place the battery there and it says three hundred eighty three grams let's charge it and let's see the result but he is full now we start the scale okay one gram two grains what are the result of the experiment the change in weight is not existing or is very tiny the conclusion is that the weight of the battery doesn't increase in a large scale that for sure because we don't have a big increase in weight and there are increasing weight maybe of one gram or two grains and this maybe is because the scale is not accurate enough let this one result and let's see what we can conclude they're doing some investigations [Music] so how secure is the weight of the battery when is chart the short answer is no but the long answer is yes but if we use the mass-energy equivalence formula that says dust energy is mass times square of a speed of light we see that there is a very teeny increase in mass in the battery but this increase is that a small that is not possible to measure with any scale in the wall even a particle of dust that goes to the battery is heavier than this increase of mass came in from the energy that has in the battery now actually what we are doing when we are charging the battery is moving electrons from one side of the electrodes lights to the other side so there is no adding of mass to see how little is there increase of mass in the battery we have to imagine that is more or less the same that adding a cube of sugar to the Empire State Building so I hope you have learned something don't forget to subscribe to the channel thank you for watching and see you in next video [Music]

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๐Ÿ”‹๐Ÿ”‹๐Ÿ”‹ Your MOBILE phone is HEAVIER when is [FULL] battery. 0% vs 100% Really?!?

very good my friends today I have a question for you what do you think that is heavier an empty mobile phone or our full chart mobile phone I leave a car here so you can answer now what do you think I didn't result anything so I don't know the answer but what I'm going to do is to get a polar one that is 20,000 milliamps I'm going to wait it when it's empty and I'm going to charge it and then with it again so we will see if there is any change in the wife I'm going to use a kitchen scale so the Russell's are not going to be very precise but I don't know what do you think after the experiment I'm going to search on internet and I'm going to try to explain what happened ok the scale is in zero grams we place the battery there and it says three hundred eighty three grams let's charge it and let's see the result but he is full now we start the scale okay one gram two grains what are the result of the experiment the change in weight is not existing or is very tiny the conclusion is that the weight of the battery doesn't increase in a large scale that for sure because we don't have a big increase in weight and there are increasing weight maybe of one gram or two grains and this maybe is because the scale is not accurate enough let this one result and let's see what we can conclude they're doing some investigations [Music] so how secure is the weight of the battery when is chart the short answer is no but the long answer is yes but if we use the mass-energy equivalence formula that says dust energy is mass times square of a speed of light we see that there is a very teeny increase in mass in the battery but this increase is that a small that is not possible to measure with any scale in the wall even a particle of dust that goes to the battery is heavier than this increase of mass came in from the energy that has in the battery now actually what we are doing when we are charging the battery is moving electrons from one side of the electrodes lights to the other side so there is no adding of mass to see how little is there increase of mass in the battery we have to imagine that is more or less the same that adding a cube of sugar to the Empire State Building so I hope you have learned something don't forget to subscribe to the channel thank you for watching and see you in next video [Music]

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Note 7 Battery Explosion!! CAUGHT LIVE ON CAMERA!!

Rechargeable Lithium ion batteries are everywhere
โ€“ Electronics, tablets, laptops, cars and pretty much every single cell phone. And most of the time, these lithium batteries
are incredibly safe. As long as the lithium fail-safes are in place. Fail-safes… that work. Samsung just, voluntarily, recalled an estimated
2 million Galaxy Note 7's as a safety precaution. Since some of the batteries are exploding
inside the phone. Obviously, random explosions are not a feature
that most people look for when purchasing a cell phone. So lets take a look at the Note 7 and assess
why it might spontaneously combust. During charging, the phone is protected by
multiple fail-safes.

First off you have the part the plugs into
the wall; the charger, and the cable. If the charger is faulty, or not designed
specifically for the phone, it can effect the safety of the battery. It can destroy the battery's protection circuit
which ill show you in a second. The charging port is also a fail-safe as well. It tries to do its best to protect the phone
and the battery from faulty chargers and incorrect electrical flow. BUT as a last resort, the battery also has
its own fail-safe built in.

Here is where the battery plugs into the mother
board to receive its juice and supply the phone power. Then we have this circuit board; also called
the protection circuit, at the top of the battery. This controls the flow of electricity AND
the temperature of the lithium. All lithium batteries should have a variation
of this board. It makes sure that the battery does not over
charge, and it has a thermal fuse of sorts will blow if the temperature gets too hot,
thus protecting the lithium inside from rapid unplanned catastrophic dis-assembly. The body of the battery is typically two layers. The Anode and the cathode, which are separated
by an electrically conducting fluid. This is oily and smells surprisingly of burnt
skittles. The combination of these elements allow your
phone to charge and function as long as the battery protection circuitry is working correctly
and the electricity and temperature of the lithium are regulated.

If it is not regulated correctly during charging,
the lithium will react violently. So if we look at one of the exploded phones…
we can easily see which of the fail-safes… is failing at being safe. The charging port sits here inside of the
phone. There are no burn marks near the port, OR
where the port connects to the motherboard. BUT we do see some scorching where the battery
sits. Not where it plugs into the main board which
would be about here. But it explodes in the center of the battery. Around the battery hole in the thick aluminum
midframe. So on this particular exploded Note 7, all
of the connections are good, its just the battery itself isn't behaving. Tesla cars are also powered by lithium batteries,
and the Model S had a small issue at the beginning of production where the batteries on the undercarriage
could get punctured by derbies on the road… which could cause the lithium battery under
the car to explode.

Tesla corrected this problem by adding a titanium
puncture proof under-plate to the Model S. The Note 7 batteries are definitely not being
punctured internally. Since there is nothing to poke them on the
inside as you can see from my teardown video. It sits on smooth aluminum. So since the Note 7 battery isn't being punctured…
that narrows us down to overcharging, shorting, or impurities in the battery itself. A small metal impurity in the lithium could
short it out. Personally, I think the problem has to do
with the little circuit board failing at the top of the battery during charging. From what I have read about the people who
have complained publicly about their Note 7 exploding, the phone was charging when it
happened.

The phone starts charging… the tiny regulator
doesn't do its job and the battery enters into a thermal runaway and the voltage regulator
cant stop the chain reaction. Since this particular Note 7 battery isn't
plugged into the phone right now, my tweezers are acting as the other possible failure point;
a metal impurity in the manufacturing of the battery; That could possibly short out the
battery. All of this smoke and fire would be under
extreme pressure locked inside of your water tight Note 7, the more pressure there is..
the bigger the explosion. Remember this only happens on a VERY SMALL
number of devices. So far its only happened on 35 phones out
of 2 million.

So, ya definitely take advantage of the recall,
but also feel free to use your phone as normal in the meantime…. just don't set it on your
lap while its plugged into the wall…. and maybe take a fire extinguisher with you to
bed… just in case. My Instagram followers saw the results of
this combustion before the video was posted to YouTube, So follow me there, if you want
to stay updated on my future projects.

Subscribing to my YouTube channel is always
free. I review technology from the inside. Thanks for watching! Hope to see you around..

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๐Ÿ”‹๐Ÿ”‹๐Ÿ”‹ Your MOBILE phone is HEAVIER when is [FULL] battery. 0% vs 100% Really?!?

very good my friends today I have a question for you what do you think that is heavier an empty mobile phone or our full chart mobile phone I leave a car here so you can answer now what do you think I didn't result anything so I don't know the answer but what I'm going to do is to get a polar one that is 20,000 milliamps I'm going to wait it when it's empty and I'm going to charge it and then with it again so we will see if there is any change in the wife I'm going to use a kitchen scale so the Russell's are not going to be very precise but I don't know what do you think after the experiment I'm going to search on internet and I'm going to try to explain what happened ok the scale is in zero grams we place the battery there and it says three hundred eighty three grams let's charge it and let's see the result but he is full now we start the scale okay one gram two grains what are the result of the experiment the change in weight is not existing or is very tiny the conclusion is that the weight of the battery doesn't increase in a large scale that for sure because we don't have a big increase in weight and there are increasing weight maybe of one gram or two grains and this maybe is because the scale is not accurate enough let this one result and let's see what we can conclude they're doing some investigations [Music] so how secure is the weight of the battery when is chart the short answer is no but the long answer is yes but if we use the mass-energy equivalence formula that says dust energy is mass times square of a speed of light we see that there is a very teeny increase in mass in the battery but this increase is that a small that is not possible to measure with any scale in the wall even a particle of dust that goes to the battery is heavier than this increase of mass came in from the energy that has in the battery now actually what we are doing when we are charging the battery is moving electrons from one side of the electrodes lights to the other side so there is no adding of mass to see how little is there increase of mass in the battery we have to imagine that is more or less the same that adding a cube of sugar to the Empire State Building so I hope you have learned something don't forget to subscribe to the channel thank you for watching and see you in next video [Music]

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Wireless MobilePhone MonoPod Model:Z07-5!

cube here it's new product go today a wireless mobile phone monopod to take selfie Bluetooth of course and this is nice you can take you can be more creative and take better picture when your outing like this that's for sure so in this box this thing's come and here it's button for Bluetooth for taking picture you have this for upload battery because here it's a battery you can see itself ok I can we can turn it on like this there the blue light yes a blue light there is my iPhone there and we take bluetooth bluetooth on phone here it's find this set oh seven five I know it's rather good ok so now I can put this together on this selfie stone like this okay like yeah like this there we are something like that and first of all I'm not sternum their camera and we can like this looks there and this is long here so you can yeah you can take it much much longer than this see here here's the button so if we want to take this over there this box take a photo of this box near the six extreme in there so now I will touch this Bluetooth there and it was pictures we can look look at that do this okay take picture of this son over there very near so now we can look see how cool is that so in many situation this is fantastic this selfie stone can be so long like this and you can turn it around in every different angle and Bluetooth so common this box wireless mobile phone monopod photograph and we to yourself wonderful everywhere model set oh seven five cool

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๐Ÿ”‹๐Ÿ”‹๐Ÿ”‹ Your MOBILE phone is HEAVIER when is [FULL] battery. 0% vs 100% Really?!?

very good my friends today I have a question for you what do you think that is heavier an empty mobile phone or our full chart mobile phone I leave a car here so you can answer now what do you think I didn't result anything so I don't know the answer but what I'm going to do is to get a polar one that is 20,000 milliamps I'm going to wait it when it's empty and I'm going to charge it and then with it again so we will see if there is any change in the wife I'm going to use a kitchen scale so the Russell's are not going to be very precise but I don't know what do you think after the experiment I'm going to search on internet and I'm going to try to explain what happened ok the scale is in zero grams we place the battery there and it says three hundred eighty three grams let's charge it and let's see the result but he is full now we start the scale okay one gram two grains what are the result of the experiment the change in weight is not existing or is very tiny the conclusion is that the weight of the battery doesn't increase in a large scale that for sure because we don't have a big increase in weight and there are increasing weight maybe of one gram or two grains and this maybe is because the scale is not accurate enough let this one result and let's see what we can conclude they're doing some investigations [Music] so how secure is the weight of the battery when is chart the short answer is no but the long answer is yes but if we use the mass-energy equivalence formula that says dust energy is mass times square of a speed of light we see that there is a very teeny increase in mass in the battery but this increase is that a small that is not possible to measure with any scale in the wall even a particle of dust that goes to the battery is heavier than this increase of mass came in from the energy that has in the battery now actually what we are doing when we are charging the battery is moving electrons from one side of the electrodes lights to the other side so there is no adding of mass to see how little is there increase of mass in the battery we have to imagine that is more or less the same that adding a cube of sugar to the Empire State Building so I hope you have learned something don't forget to subscribe to the channel thank you for watching and see you in next video [Music]

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