We’re all familiar with the sadists that throw a regular smart phone into a blender to see “will it blend?” and the many YouTubers who tear down the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone, or drop the Samsung Galaxy S6. Even Samsung, after hearing that people weren’t happy with the bendiness of its latest smartphone, put a serious amount of stress on the Samsung Galaxy S6 in a recent test.
This iPhone 6 VS Samsung Galaxy S6 test is different, however. After seeing so many different destruction of the smart phones, the people over at TechRex thought outside the box. Here’s a stress test so extreme that if it relates to your reality you’re xenomorphic, a lobster or already dead.
iPhone 6 VS Samsung Galaxy S6: Boil Test
Without further delay, here’s the video:
That was something wasn’t it? Samsung Galaxy S6 fans have something they can brag about after seeing it, their favored smart phone can boil for much longer than the leading competitor, the iPhone 6, before giving up. Nobody’s ever going to find that particular feature useful, but it might be worth some kind of bragging rights in good old iPhone 6 VS Samsung Galaxy S6 debates on YouTube, or deeper, darker forums.
iPhone 6 VS Samsung Galaxy S6 break down
With the iPhone 6 VS Samsung Galaxy S6 boil test now firmly established, and sure to be repeated as soon as the next generations of smart phone from Samsung and Apple appear, what other kinds of breakdown would you like to see the leading smartphone’s subjected to?
Keep in mind that we’ve already seen them run over by cars, and dropped off of high buildings. They’ve been microwaved, which is more of a test of the microwave that of the iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S6, and now they’ve been boiled.
Here’s one idea, some intrepid NASA connected YouTuber should test the phones for suitability for service on the International Space Station. Chris Hadfield could, himself, perform the tests which pit the Apple iPhone 6 VS Samsung Galaxy S6 on their performance in zero gravity, vacuums, high temperatures, the cold of space itself, and the litany of other conditions the phone could have subjected to it beyond the atmosphere.
iPhone 6 VS Samsung Galaxy S6 tests in space would be worth at least a couple of million views on YouTube, giving that organization a chance to fund itself for at least the length of the video, and maybe a couple seconds more.