Samsung Galaxy S II - EXTREME UNBOXING
posted by John V. / Apr 21, 2011, 4:27 PM
PhoneArena’s very own editor, Basil Kronfli, took the Samsung Galaxy S II to new heights in order to provide us all a look on how it’s like to do an unboxing video far away from the comforts of being on solid ground. In fact, we find him tethered to a rope along the side of one of Snowdonia’s cliffs in North Wales, with a camera on hand to give us a look at Sammy’s new toy. Of course, there’s nothing pretty about falling down to earth, but you really have to wonder the kind of eye-hand coordination that's required to meticulously unbox the phone when you’re hundreds of feet above ground. Nevertheless, he’s able to keep any fears at bay and face the prized handset while dangling on the side of the cliff. Considering the fogginess of the situation, it doesn’t deter our man from talking about the upcoming handset.
Undoubtedly, the extreme nature of the unboxing process is cool, but Samsung UK actually recorded a bunch of extreme unboxing videos for the Galaxy S II with other tech web sites. From free-falling down to earth to experiencing a bumpy rally car ride, Samsung shows us the extreme nature that’s required to show off their smartphone. So if you’d like to see more of our editor and many others do their extreme unboxings, click the link below to jump right into Samsung UK’s YouTube channel.
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- Display 4.3" 480 x 800 pixels
- Camera 8 MP / 2 MP front
- Processor Samsung Exynos 4 Dual, Dual-core, 1200 MHz
- Storage 32 GB + microSDHC
- Battery 1650 mAh(9.00h 3G talk time)
Posts: 42; Member since: Aug 20, 2010
posted on Apr 21, 2011, 4:32 PM 2
Cool Unboxing, but FAIL on spelling "Wales" wrong, it isn't Spelt like "Whale" as in the animal lol, it's Spelt without the "h" :D
posted on Apr 21, 2011, 10:53 PM 0
try spelling "spelled" correctly. there is no such word as "spelt" Awesome phone by the way :-)
posted on Apr 22, 2011, 7:21 PM 0
actually i have to correct you there, there IS such a word as "spelt", you may not use that word in the US (i gather that you are in the US...correct me if i'm wrong) but here in the UK we do use it, it's published in the Oxford "English" Dictionary for pity's sake...anyhow, at least they took notice of my comment and corrected there spelling lol,
posted on Apr 23, 2011, 9:36 PM 0
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