Today, Samsung Tomorrow – the company's official blog – has posted an official statement about the video and it has a couple of points to argue. Firstly, Samsung says that a pressure of 110 lbf will very rarely fall on a smartphone – in a normal “backpocket against the bench” scenario, Samsung says the pressure is around 66 lbf (doesn't this depend on a person's weight and the angle at which the phone gets stuck between the body and the seat?). The company further goes on to say that both the S6 and S6 edge have been tested to endure up to 79 pounds of pressure (which is just about enough force to break a stack of five 2B pencils).
As a second argument, Samsung wishes to point out that the phone's front and back sides have different kinds of durability, which SquareTrade's video did not show – we are guessing this has to do with the fact that the S6 edge's screen cracked under the 110 lbf force and Sammy doesn't want you to think that the phone will get damaged if you just look at it the wrong way.
All of this said, Samsung claims it will deliver this statement to SquareTrade via an official channel and will ask for another video to be made, showing the phones' durability on both sides. Whether this will happen or not, we wouldn't bet on. Furthermore, Sammy posted a video of it stress-testing its phones and you can enjoy it below.