Video: The Bluboo Maya Max Put Through 8 Quality Control Tests

As is the case with most Chinese smartphone manufacturers, Bluboo Mobile is a company which makes it their goal to bring to market devices which offer a solid level of performance and at affordable price. Which also does mean that these devices are accessible to a wider proportion of the market and not reserved for those that are willing or can spend big. And so far, Bluboo has been making waves with their most recent products. Some of those that have come to market recently include the likes of the Bluboo Maya, the Bluboo Xtouch and the Bluboo Picasso. All devices which have been well-received thanks to their emphasis on combining price and performance.

One of the areas in which Bluboo seems to pride itself on is the quality control element. As is the case with most smartphone manufacturers, Bluboo does look to ensure that each device coming out of production is carefully tested and tested through professional procedures. Like most companies, placing a greater emphasis on strict quality control, means Bluboo can ensure that the smartphones that end up at the consumer level, are not only affordable, but also of a high-build quality.

In fact, Bluboo Mobile has now released a new video which picks up on this specific point. The video highlights the full test procedure that the Buboo Maya Max undertakes and in detail. Which means in addition to all the more well-known tests like the ‘drop test’ the device can also be seen going through a soft squeeze test (2,000 times), a physical button test (100,000 times) and a paper tape abrasion test. As well as tests on other aspects of the device like checking the quality of the USB-C port (5,000 times) and the 3.5 mm earphone port (5,000 times). Other tests highlighted include a roller drop test, an impact test and a salt fog corrosion test.

For those interested in seeing how the Bluboo Maya Max is put through its quality control paces, you can check out the full video below. While for those interested in picking up the Bluboo Maya Max, it is currently still available as part of a flash sale which means it can be currently picked up for only $79.99. Although, this flash sale is due to end on September 10. For more details on the promotion, head through the link below.

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