Bend test, drop test and scratch test on smartphones are not uncommon on YouTube. After surviving bend tests and drop tests, Samsung s Galaxy S6 is the subject of another type of torture.YouTube user JerryRigEverything has taken things to the next level by trying to burn the Galaxy S6. He starts out by bending the flagship, and then scratches it with items like key, box cutter and a screw driver. Not surprisingly, phone comes out unharmed, thanks to the Gorilla Glass 4 display. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge get January 2019 Android Security PatchAlso Read - Samsung Note 9 issue: Users report seeing a line of light leak on some units
The YouTube then burns the Galaxy S6 metal frame with a lighter for almost 25 seconds and being metal it obviously didn’t melt although the plastic around was slightly deformed. He tried the same with the display but the AMOLED screen didn’t show any signs of being damaged and was able to sustain the heat. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy S6 series stops getting software updates
The Bend test has been one of the most popular ways to ascertain if the new flagships bend when pressure is applied at the middle of the phone. The guy shooting the video tries very hard to bend the phone and finally succeeded after several attempts unlike the iPhone 6 which looked to be easily bendable.