Samsung Galaxy S6’s Fast Charge vs a skydiver: Who’s faster? [VIDEO]


galaxy s6 vs jetman

Samsung’s latest promo video for the Samsung Galaxy S6 once again showcases the device’s fast charging feature, but they put a nice little spin on this one. They wanted to find out which was faster: the Samsung Galaxy S6 getting 4 hours of battery life or professional skydiver Yves “Jetman” Rossy making a 40 kilometer dive (about 24 miles).

The answer: fast charge, of course. Jetman still made impressive speed in getting to the ground, but it wasn’t quite enough to beat the Samsung Galaxy S6 to the battery capacity that helps get you 4 hours of talk time (around 20-22% last we’ve checked).

Keep this suff in mind the next time you have some awesome daredevil stunt to perform and your phone is dead and you somehow have the ability to charge it while you’re off getting your Evil Knievel on. You can check out the full race from star to finish from multiple angles right here, or take a look at the quick 2 minute recap above.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. faster than what? dying?

  2. If you need the OK Google command to work with the screen off…..hold off buying the S6.
    The command was there when we bought the phone….but disappeared within days!
    This was a VERY useful feature and is now gone….no word at all from google or samsung.

  3. Or they can just bring back the removable battery and I can go from 0 to 100 real quick by switching batteries…

    1. Hopefully they keep that on the Note series. S series for style, Note series for substance. That would be brilliant.

  4. How much did this damn commercial cost?

    1. It’s Samsung, they got the coin. Either way, it’s still clever marketing compared to what HTC discharges.

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