Always keeping an eye out for any opportunity to stick it Apple whenever they can, Samsung is now attempting to capitalize on the #bendgate fiasco with a new video highlighting their upcoming phablet’s durable construction.
In a rare behind (get it?) the scenes look at their quality control department, Samsung shows us the strenuous tests their Samsung Galaxy Note 4 must undergo to ensure durability — by sitting on the phone repeatedly with a 220 pound robotic butt. Mom-jeans and all.
Samsung just wants the world to know that no matter where you stick the Galaxy Note 4, the phone wont be in much danger. Not like a certain other new phablet on the market. The Korean manufacturer attributes this to the Galaxy Note 4’s magnesium bracket and tough aluminum frame, a frame that’s no stranger to controversy itself.
Some users were in uproar after discovering a gap between the glass and new aluminum frame that surrounds the phone. Despite attempts at making “#gapgate” a thing, Samsung assured users the empty space was normal, even going as far as calling it a feature. Yes, they went there.
You can check out Samsung Tomorrow’s new video below, and be sure to let us know what you think. Did Samsung do a good enough job of driving the point across?