After conducting the bend test on its Galaxy Note 4 in lieu of the Apple iPhone 6 Plus Bendgate drama, Samsung has now decided to also do the drop test on the device to show its potential buyers that they are investing in a tough device. The video published by the Korean giant on YouTube, shows the new phablet going through some industrial testing. Also Read - Samsung could reportedly discontinue flagship Galaxy Note series
Calling a ‘cracked smartphone’ as one of the biggest fears of the modern man, prototypes were created to conduct the lap drop test, automatic drop test and free fall, to ascertain the durability of the Galaxy Note 4. In each test, the products are dropped from various angles and heights on a rough surface made of solid granite. The video claims that the device was dropped more than a hundred times, and needless to say, the Galaxy Note 4 does not crack under pressure. The phone is shown as working absolutely fine after the all the falls. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy A12 and Galaxy A02S entry-level smartphones announced
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is scheduled to launch in India on October 10. As far as specifications go, it flaunts a 5.7-inch QHD display, 1.9GHz Exynos octa-core paired with 3GB of RAM, 16-megapixel rear camera, 3.7-megapixel front-facing camera, 32GB internal storage, microSD card support, and 3,220mAh battery.
Watch Samsung conducting the drop test on the Galaxy Note 4: