When Galaxy S6 Falls on Its Back and the S6 edge on Its Side

on April 8, 2015
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Durability is one of the many factors that define the quality of a product. While companies are expected to thoroughly test their products, it’s interesting to see how more and more individuals have decided to take this matter into their own hands.


A number of Galaxy S6 and S6 edge drop test videos have already been published, and as painful as it was to watch the beautiful Galaxy S6 and S6 edge bear the brunt of brutal drop-testing, most of the results made us proud.


Samsung devices are tried and tested before they can bear the Samsung logo. But some people still wonder: “The back is made of glass, can it bear drops?”, “What if it falls on the edge?”


Well, this video shows that Samsung had already taken these questions into consideration.



For those of you who don’t have 138 seconds:


Galaxy S6 and S6 edge aren’t invincible, but they are capable of taking some hits. Below are a few reasons.

  • Both Galaxy S6 and S6 edge feature Gorilla Glass 4, one of the toughest glasses available on mobile devices.
  • Components like the frame, glass, bracket and others are also structured to share the shock from first and follow-up impacts, ultimately reducing the possibility of breakage.
  • The 6013 aluminum metal frame is designed to hit the surface before the glass if the device is dropped in order to protect the display – even Galaxy S6 edge.

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