Apple iPhone 5 Drop Test versus Samsung S III Drop Test Reveals Surprising Results

Phone Doctors has taken the Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung S III and performed a series of tests that had some disturbing results and some good news for owners of the most advanced smartphones on the market.

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iPhone 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy S3 Drop Test

The iPhone 5 literally withstands insanely high drop tests repeatedly, while unfortunately the S3 fails after only two typically average drops.

Tulsa, Oklahoma (PRWEB) September 23, 2012

Phone Doctors has created a new series of videos about the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S III on the Phone Doctors video channel on YouTube.

Phone Doctors created a similar endurance test video during the launch of the Apple iPhone 4S in 2011. The results are dramatically different, primarily due to the construction differences between the iPhone 4S and the iPhone 5.

Alex Iser, Founder and CEO of Phone Doctors, said, "The iPhone 5 literally withstands insanely high drop tests repeatedly, while unfortunately the S3 fails after only two typically average drops. This is attributed to the metal frame construction of the iPhone 5 versus the plastic frame construction of the S3. The good news is that the iPhone 5 not only stands up better than the S3, but it's also much easier to repair than the iPhone 4 and 4S."

To watch the drop tests, please visit and comment at: http://youtu.be/36U-hOhTNIw

PhoneDoctors.com provides DIY Kits for Do-It-Yourself repair as well as all of the parts, tools, and training required to successfully repair the Apple iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S III.

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