Samsung Galaxy S6 Advantage Bends And Cracks A lot more Quickly Than iPhone 6 Plus [Video clip]

The Galaxy S6 Advantage from Samsung could flex under the ideal quantity of stress after all. The super-phone from the Oriental camp is intended to be made from aluminum, which according to Samsung, is immune to flexing; a phenomena made well-known by the intro of the iPhone 6 Plus. Going the jump for more information and the video clip which places the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge under a bend/ anxiety examination.

The Apple versus Samsung war is a harsh one, and there is just no room for either of the 2 to slide up, and it does acquire humiliating when a product you claim will not bend, does so under the same stress as the competitors which is now virtually 6 months old. An earlier video clip demonstrated how the Galaxy S6 Edge does not bend, but this newest test holds even more reliability considering that it was conducted in a lab.

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In a twist of fate, Samsung seems to have actually been up to the same Bendgate detraction that had actually started with the iPhone 6 Plus. You could watch the video clip listed below and view on your own exactly how the iPhone 6 Plus flexes at 110 extra pounds of pressure. SquareTrade includes the Galaxy S6 Side, and the HTC One M9 as well to check out how they contrast to the device that started it all.

Where the iPhone 6 Plus appears a little bent at 110 pounds of tension, the Galaxy S6 Advantage likewise gives up when placed under the same quantity of tension. That’s not all, the display on the Samsung phone additionally broke, but as SquareTrade tells us, the screen – – in addition to touch inputs – – was still working. So just what takes place when you include in more pressure?

Naturally, the iPhone 6 Plus angled beyond use with destroyed glass and busted components under 179 pounds of pressure. In all honesty, at this opinion I thought the Galaxy S6 Edge would certainly need a lot more to crack, but oh dear; the asserted aluminum 1603 just couldn’t take it at 149 extra pounds of pressure, escaping past function.

Yes, the iPhone 6 bends, yet “for Samsung fans it might be even worse; rather than an angled phone, they could have a pocket loaded with glass.”

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