Recently, we posted about how Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, HTC One M8 and iPhone 6 Plus went through a pressure test, where it was concluded that both iPhone 6 Plus and Galaxy S6 Edge bends at the same force. Although, it seems Samsung was not happy with the bend-test, hence they decided it do it themselves. They also decided to put the Samsung Galaxy S6 through the test as well. In the video below, you will see both Samsung flagships going through the test:

The bottom line is that both phones can stand the force of up to 80, and maybe a little more. As Samsung points out that “only 66 pounds of force is put on a phone while in someone’s back pocket”. By referring to the video created by SquareTrade, Samsung says that the condition and force under which the Galaxy S6 Edge was tested is a very ‘specific’ situation and it rarely occurs under normal circumstances.

Of course, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge is not made out of titanium, so it is obvious that it will break after a certain point. What are your thoughts on it? Let us know in the comment box below

Source: Samsung Tomorrow

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  1. I am for once happy for samsung, this will definitely make the s6 and samsung more popular no matter in a good or bad way. Laugh everyone, share to everywhere you want, make this viral, and I’m sure this will make the s6 launch even more popular. :D hahaha

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