Apr 13, 2017 03:05 AM EDT
In what looks like a day by day routine, each newly launched phone in the marketplace, irrespective of its producer is straightly put through a sequence of skilled and novice torture checks.
Whether it's throwing a modern-day Samsung Galaxy smartphone in a flame or losing Apple's latest and the best iPhone from 1,000ft above the ground, It seems that users like subjecting those gadgets to strain check, which can be top notch and educative.
It was confirmed that with time, the smartphone torture assessments became extreme, with plenty of the checks now associated with using weapons and ice cube which the video accessible on Youtube.
However, so as to generate more recognition in a Samsung and Apple controlled smartphone market, the LG manufacturing company brought up a thoughtful and a highly innovative technique to exhibit the classic features of its 5.7-inch LG G6.
It was revealed that by means of the way of placing the LG G6 across the process of a Rube Goldberg system, the LG firm was able to provide extra information on some of the LG G6's specifications with a tutorial that is similarly pleasing and informative.
According to BGR, with a sequence of technically engineered and nicely linked gadgets, LG tactfully passes more details about an LG G6 smartphone that majority of users may not know were in existence earlier before the advent of the Samsung Galaxy.
It was reported that the information aforementioned showcases the LG G6 IP68's resistance to dust and water, its MIL-STD-810G certification for being able to withstand scratches and the smartphone's capability to face cold temperature as low as -20 Celsius and as warm as +60 degrees Celsius respectively. Nevertheless, users are cautioned to keep their eyes on this enticing video as a way of being updated.
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