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Galaxy S6 edge survives first drop test

Wondering if your Galaxy S6 edge with its new Gorilla Glass 4 wrap-around design will survive normal drops and falls? A new video has surfaced on YouTube that shows a woman testing out the durability of the Corning glass. The video is not a clear enough reproduction, but it does show a woman with a device that appears to be a Galaxy S6 edge. The woman slams the S6 edge on the floor, only to pick it up and intentionally slam the GS6 edge on its face. Sure enough, not a crack or “spider web” pattern was seen on the device.

Of course, it’s obvious that no display, despite its durability, is truly shatter-resistant, but it shows just how far we’ve come in glass designs. The Galaxy Note 4 contains Gorilla Glass 4 as well, but Samsung must be riding high on confidence to release a device that features Gorilla Glass 4 on both the display and back of it.

Does this video influence you to buy either device, or did you buy a Galaxy S5 and plan to hang onto it until the Galaxy Note 5 or Galaxy S7?

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ahmedk
ahmedk

LoL

She didn’t drop the phone. She forcefully threw it.

It actually smack the ground :P.

Yip …Gorilla corning Glass 4 really protective!

emmanuelgemini
emmanuelgemini

I’m skeptical about the video though… if you watch the original video the clock widget just switched from 12:10 to 12:11 … by the end of the video, the clocked switched from 12:11 to 12:12… the video is only 30 seconds long… so there’s is 30 seconds missing….

keithtae
keithtae

Not all widgets are running live. but applause to at least trying to find the flaws. lol

Djean
Djean

I already have the S5, and I’ll wait for the Galaxy S7, just because of the sd card, I don’t want to pay extra to have more storage and I believe next year’s flagship will be really groundbreaking. I guess we just have to wait and see.

nonbiasedconsumer
nonbiasedconsumer

The Galaxy S7 will not have an SD Card unless SD Card technology catches up in performance with UFS 2.0, which is very unlikely.

Sammysamsam1
Sammysamsam1

The S6 already broke the ground from under your s5. Continue waiting forever.

ortori
ortori

this is an apple fanboy drop test

Farsat Sagvan
Farsat Sagvan

Woooow!!!!