Samsung Galaxy Note 5 drop test [Video]

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 drop test results are not as appreciating as they should be.

The Galaxy Note 5 is set to represent the ultimate concept of Samsung in designing of its devices. The design concept which is already on the test in market with the Galaxy S6 and is no doubt amazing. The bold design with attractive outlook has earned a good number of customers for the Galaxy S6 and the same is now expected for the Galaxy Note 5. Here we are showing you the results of Galaxy Note 5 drop test.

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Over the Galaxy S6, the Note 5 brings a larger body to fit the ultimate phablet range. The Steel Glass body is made thin, light and perfect to hold in hand. The plastic material on the chassis is not found anymore that is replaced with premium metal design. While copying the most part from the Galaxy S6 the Galaxy Note 5 has its own taste of designing. But with the beauty aside you may like to check out the strength of the metal glass combo by Samsung.

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Introducing the Galaxy Note 5, Samsung has well promoted the use of metal-glass combo on the unibody device. The device is manufactured with a thin multi coating that gives it the amazing finish to enhance the looks of metal-glass body. With an elegant finish the coating also makes its coloring looking impressive with the multi options listed by Samsung.

Unlike the few additions you will find some good points in the key areas of the Galaxy S6 that are not changed anyways. The aluminum alloy employed in the Note 5 is the same grade which is there in the S6. For instance, it has opted for the grade 6013 which is considerably high then the 6063 which is used in several devices.

These all are good but still the devices durability is questioned which may give you a jolt. Thus you may want to test it out but Samsung promises that the device will not disappoint you at least with its exterior. Enjoy the above Samsung Galaxy Note 5 drop test and do let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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