A recent clip shows Samsung’s flagship phone being thrown multiple times.
Fortunately, it survives the test and is then able to respond to commands normally, a sign that the company managed to create a smartphone solid enough to function in case it will be unintentionally dropped.
Compared to its predecessor, which was made from plastic, the Galaxy S6 Edge is built from glass and metal, and features a Corning Gorilla Glass 4 panel.
Even if the device comes with a curved screen on both sides, that doesn’t make it more fragile as it stoically resists a brutal impact.
The Galaxy S6 Edge and the Galaxy S6 will arrive on US carriers and across the world on April 10th.