Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Are Strong Enough To Crack Walnuts Without Getting Damaged
Samsung’s new stunning flagships, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, come in phenomenally compact and skinny casings. However, delicacy of the smartphones doesn’t enfeeble them–the devices are hard as some rock.
The firmness of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge is substantiated by couple of videos uploaded recently on YouTube. In the videos, both the smartphones are used to crack walnuts. To surprise you, the walnuts crash against the screens of the elite devices, and that too, without leaving even a mild scratch on the screens.
This practice has also affirmed Samsung’s claims, which it made at the time of unveiling the phones, about the toughness of its flagships. Comparing Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge with iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung said that the devices “will not bend” like Apple’s high-end smartphone.
From where do the Samsung phones get this unprecedented sturdiness? Samsung believes the metal which it used, for manufacturing these smartphones, was stronger than the one which is deployed by most of the competitors.
Before the recent experience of breaking walnuts, the flagship smartphones from the South Korean company have already taken couple of other tough tests as well. The idea has been to assess the durability of expensive smartphones. The idea could be risky and insane one but its aftermaths were enough to contend existent users and potential buyers that their smartphones remain unaffected even after getting dropped, torched and dipped in water.
Watch these two videos in which individuals successfully open the walnuts either by cracking them on the phones’ screens (video#1) or by using the edge of the skinny phones (video#2).