Now we all know that drop tests aren’t the most scientific of ways to determine if a phone is durable or not but they can be amusing and at least give you a very rough idea of the phone’s durability. In this one, the Samsung Galaxy S III and iPhone 4S are both sentenced to three different drop tests and surprisingly the all-glass iPhone 4S fared better. One thing to keep in mind is that on the tests, the phones hit the cement in completely different places so the results do vary quite a bit. Have fun watching these drops and remember that they’re not a reliable method of testing the phones’ durability.
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I wonder how it will affect the sales of Samsung Galaxy III because it clearly points out that buying apple products is more reliable than the other one.
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so whats that day about Gorilla glass 2? worse then the first? cause the SG2 held up better in its test
Tuliomesa82 It's completely subjective though, not every drop will be the same, plus gorilla glass is mostly for scratch resistance, as well as 2 being thinner than the original iteration, it's probably a little bit more prone to shattering unfortunately.