It looks as if the mobile phone drop test has peaked interest on YouTube more than America’s favorite past time.
This video of an amazing baseball catch was taken over four years ago and has reached over a million and a half views. (whether it was real or not is not the point)
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C’mon! That was awesome!
Here’s a video taken just under a year ago, it reached a whopping thirteen million views!
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Why Would Such A Painful, Destructive And Pointless Video Be So Popular?
I can’t imagine anyone using these videos to decide which phone to buy, but just in case you are, here is one that has reached over one million views in just over one month.
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I Wonder, What Happens When You Stick An iPad In The Blender?
Just in case you actually thought people were watching these drop tests for consumer information, here is one video that might convince you that an iPad is just not strong enough.
Warning, not for the weak hearted!
I actually cringed at certain points in the video. It reached fourteen million views in just two years!
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If you are planning on purchasing a mobile phone based on the results of a drop test, I think the phone for you can be found in the video below.
Thanks to so many drop test videos we can conclude without a doubt that when smart phones are dropped on concrete floors, they crack!
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