The internet was ablaze with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus ‘Bendgate’ where owners were reporting that the aluminium of the device was bending under natural forces such as sitting down, and it seems the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is the latest to hit the spotlight.
The device has attracted criticism that once again Samsung have ‘copied’ the Apple design of the iPhone 6, so it should really come of no surprise that the same issues are being attributed to it.
With a new video that has surfaced online, it shows that the Galaxy S6 Edge is just as easy to bend as the iPhone 6 Plus, withstanding only 110 pounds of pressure before bending and ultimately rendering it useless.
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Is this another Bendgate saga? Do people even care because it’s not Apple? Sound off in the comments below.
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