Samsung Galaxy S3 Torture Test at Always On Video
Samsung Galaxy S3 Torture Test at Always On Video Transcript
-- -- get hurt but we are going to torture test the Samsung galaxy S three it'll go through our standard battery of tests cold heat dropping and a water tests. Plus a wild card that -- seem a little while. Let's kick out. Time critical test Samsung galaxy S three going in the freezer. For two hours. Good -- Fingers crossed. Okay our Samsung galaxy S -- -- in the -- two hours let's see how -- to. Cool it is convincing up on the screen already take its temperature. 24 degrees. -- a Mac. Twenty degrees. Agency condensation forming already -- its actual ice there's like ice buildup on there. -- answered it on. And well it comes time. -- is sluggish. But still functional. -- Okay so we're trying a new thing for the torture test we have -- -- -- rare AM. And then I ordered 250. Watt ceramic -- betterment sort of heat up like a lizard -- -- So receiving get the inside -- -- like pretty much hot -- -- thing and then massive admitted to you know 12840. Degrees. No lizards -- -- and there. Okay now it's time for the -- -- we have to reconfigure. -- -- area that does a little bit to get hotter and there. Now I think it might be too hot -- actually is gonna go with one -- Finding. It's still working fine after the cold. Man. And closed. -- -- One -- Nevada got a little carried away with the -- got her read -- hot inside literary death they did turn -- this top -- But it might have renal and -- -- they have to. Mom -- the first thing I wanna know is whether -- can even touch it with my bare hand. -- opponents had the phone is too hot to touch right now. And seems kind of -- to try to turn it on some just and it said it to the -- let it cool for about ten minutes. Maybe it -- Our -- it's been resting for about ten minutes it's now pretty much room temperature to the touch lets -- But David turned on. -- All my -- Okay. My mind is -- -- -- Well -- -- well played. Thing is totally fine. I think it's happier than it was after the contest. Unbelievable. Okay it's time for our drop tests and this cameras rolling three drops off from San figuring out. One. Touch many pieces did it. -- -- -- -- -- turn back time. It's waking -- and also no cracks. And once -- -- will do it again. So it survive drop one time for dropped to the cameras are rolling 321. Drop. The camera turned off. -- stain on mostly. Still no cracks. At community -- withstanding -- -- bit like a little more drama that's. Okay this when could -- time for the third dropped three to one. How to say it doesn't feel very sturdy this phone but maybe that's working in -- advantage. Like this ain't never gonna shatter because it's totally flimsy -- Let's -- running and can -- totally fun. Drop test. No big deal. For today's wild card test on the Samsung galaxy S three it's a bit of a key test you all know this scenario your -- -- maybe in your purse. And then you shut the front and there. Or more common for you guys the keys are in your pocket. And then you survey found -- -- So we thought we would just drag some keys along the screen and see if you actually need one of those overpriced screen protectors. Or enough for some time ago. Don't look into next. Next. Wouldn't -- -- reference key here. -- -- -- -- -- Still actually like the holidays. Having -- to some little scratches -- cancel -- scratches or not. But the -- team. -- memorial can change. -- -- -- -- not an option okay lets see you it's coming closed. I can definitely see scratches but I don't think any of them. Rise to the level of true scratching. So maybe if he did it. -- hundred times today eventually start to -- the -- but. No problem. Now it's time for the dreaded water test we're gonna dunk it. In our fish tank here then take it out and put it in our recovery bag. Leave it for a few days and we'll find out in studio whether it's arrived. -- -- it served 1015 sec and it's thicker screen went off. Grab a bag filled with silicon gel -- to get nothing right so if you -- something absorbent. To put the phone in for just a couple of days. -- -- Don't try to turn it on. Well it's me. It's making a little like water -- next fall -- Kind of help is on the way they'll put it in here what it does come back on now. The bathing but isn't it let's put it in here -- finish. And -- little bags here before we will. Check on it again in a couple days but I gotta say. Looking good so far still turning on -- picked it off. Now even -- our galaxy S three turned on while I was drying off that actually might have killed it we did a couple more shots with it later and it wouldn't come back on because you're really not supposed to turn your phone on after -- -- -- in water. So what I did is I took off the battery cover and took out the battery and -- -- drying the whole thing -- this bag of silica gel packets for about four days. Here we are at the moment of truth. Let's open -- up I have no idea what's gonna happen here. Here's the battery. -- -- Let her have her back on content. And -- so nervous. Power. It's coming back -- The speaker isn't working. Oh my goodness look at this thing. This phone. Is amazing and I can officially declare the Samsung galaxy S three. The torture test survivor and.
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