It is the achilles ' heel of this phone. The protrude lens, we can see the protrude lens very easy get scratched from the drop test.
exxix, 17 Sep 2016Second to none...whaaaaaa.......? Have you seen the hammer test on the galaxy note7. Forget... moreOh yeah. That's because it uses a glass that doesn't crack but can get scratched by fingernails and cannot be protected by a screen protector because it is curved. Cool. And then it explodes.
Anonymous, 16 Sep 2016OK, that was impressive. Screen intact, Home button/Touch ID intact, 3D Touch intact, outer ca... moreSecond to none...whaaaaaa.......?
Have you seen the hammer test on the galaxy note7. Forget the battery issue for a second and watch how many hammer smashes it takes to damage it.
Then come back and let us discuss this "second to none" matter
Anonymous, 17 Sep 2016Yeah, take that Gorilla glass lolHmmm, actually that's yet another thing Apple did and nobody talks about : they came up with their own reinforced screens and comparing with Corning's latest Gorilla generation, it's quite impressive and it's two years old already
Anonymous, 16 Sep 2016How many cents per view was it? Never gonna reach $2000.$1 for every 1000 viewers, he need at least 1 million views
Don't trust AndroidAuthority's guys. All they do is bashing Samsung and praising Apple, undercover. That' a fact.
You know , coming from 'android guys' is more believable.
Who knows with how many iPhones they made this 'test' to choose the best scenario. May be Apple sent them 10, so to do the trick.
Qxdir, 16 Sep 2016He won't waste any money because he will make it back in views... Or at least that is what he ... morethe point is common sense, if you value money, Apple, Samsung, Sony or other brands that can stand drop tests, you should still think of others that you might've been able to help dropping an expensive phone thinking that you can get money from the views
Hey guys look i wear swag cap and black tigh pants i have so much money to spend i buy an expensive device and make a video of it getting dropped so i can have some likes and thousands views instead of donating it to some poor family or an orphan child what a sad world we live in
Anonymous, 16 Sep 2016Currently at 5,185 views. He will make about $20-$100 max at this rate.How many cents per view was it? Never gonna reach $2000.
Anonymous, 16 Sep 2016But he gets clicks and from these, he generates more than $ 2000Currently at 5,185 views.
He will make about $20-$100 max at this rate.
303tk4, 16 Sep 2016I saw those guys testing other phones in the same way, but each time landing angle and ground ... moreyeah, every drop is different, the bad things with these videos is when ppl tell them lies cuz they dropped it from lower heights and still cracked XD
these "drop tests" always have to say "don't do it at home" (same like the post) but overall is good some people test them like that (even when can't be fully reliable) :D
lol the thing is... it's good enough to survive to a couple drop test (in case someone dops by accident) it's good the heights and the 12 times cover more than enough for (i would say) half a year, now there're are surfaces and surfaces, in case u drop it into a wasted street (for example) it may survive, but the scratches can be a real let down, it's not good to own a $1000 phone that looks like u bought it second hand cuz all the scratches XD
I saw those guys testing other phones in the same way, but each time landing angle and ground conditions vary, rather, far from identical.
If glass hit the (indiscernible) sharp edge of rough surface or microscopic pebbles on a seemingly flat surface, screen crack easily even in the case of much lower height.. like my old iphone and LG :-(
We'd better take this just funny experiment.
I think those guys somewhat knew that while they're doing this.