Who has never dropped your smartphone? That immediate feeling of panic when we realize that our daily companion is sprawled on the floor. That quick "prays" before picking up the smartphone for damage … something that happens all too often in everyday life. Samsung knows this and foresees that its next Samsung Galaxy S9 will have extra fall protection.
This is a new official video, posted moments ago by Samsung itself on its official YouTube channel. The video is called "Galaxy: Drop Tested"and promotes the robustness of a smartphone made entirely of glass (in addition to the metal frame).
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Now, on the eve of the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S9, the brand wants to quiet potential consumers and customers about the robustness of their equipment. We know that your Infinity Display's will be equipped with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 glass but will nevertheless be unbreakable.
Note that in this video we are looking at the Galaxy Note 8 or the Galaxy S8, which are also protected with the latest version of Gorilla Glass. The video itself shows several (or one) smartphone continually slipping from hand to hand. There is nothing dramatic about it and the only thing that makes us laugh or cry is the state of average in UK.
Samsung Galaxy S9 with new fall resistance?
Even so, after being presented, I have no doubt that they will not miss YouTubers dropping the Samsung Galaxy S9. There is no doubt that sooner or later they will break. After all they are nonetheless smartphones made of glass. The same is true of Apple devices and any other smartphone on the market. However sturdy they are, they are not indestructible.
Now, I leave you with the short video in question and I ask you how many times have you broken the screen of a smartphone? Yes, because this has happened to all of us at least once or again.
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