We’ve seen the Samsung Galaxy S6 undergo all sorts of ridiculous tests, such as being boiled in water or run over by a car, so it really does not come as a surprise to find that a couple of videos have surfaced recently which shows the handset being used to crack a handful of walnuts, which surprisingly enough does not damage the phone.
In one video, two Galaxy S6 handsets are used to crack the walnuts. One acts as the base and the other is used to smash on the walnuts until they crack open. The second video uses the Galaxy S6 as a chopping device of sorts which offers up the same results. Like we said surprisingly enough this does not lead to much damage, if any, to the handsets.
Of course we don’t suggest that you try cracking walnuts with your brand new Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, but it does go to show that the phones can take a beating, despite them looking fragile with their glass and metal design, although we suppose we would have to thank the Gorilla Glass 4 for giving the Galaxy S6/S6 Edge its ruggedness.
In the meantime if you have some time to spare, you can check out the walnut cracking videos above and below to see it in action.