No matter what precautions you take, one day, you are going to drop your handset. It's a sure thing and explains why manufacturers spend so much money on build quality and testing. With the Samsung Galaxy S4 now launching at some locations, you might be curious to see how the new Android flagship holds up against the Apple iPhone 5.
Can the polycarbonate build of the Samsung Galaxy S4 take a beating as well as the aluminum clad Apple iPhone 5? Click on the video to find out-if you dare. With speculation that Samsung itself is tired of being picked on for its choice of build materials, there is some talk that the Samsung GALAXY Note III will be enclosed in a casing made of something other than plastic.
Watching both flagship models hit the ground just might be too much for you to take. Even closing your eyes won't let you escape the agony because of that sound that any smartphone fan can instantly identify as the sound of a new handset coming into contact with the ground. Last month, we told you that Apple has been awarded a patent on a process that detects if a device is free falling and if so, makes adjustments to move the center of mass to control how the device falls. For those butterfingers in the audience, this technology can't arrive quickly enough.