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If you need your next smartphone to be durable, the iPhone 6s Plus is a better option than Samsung’s new Galaxy S7 edge. Watch the all-glass device give up first in a brutal drop test, which demonstrates how well both handsets cope in everyday drop situations.
EverythingApplePro on YouTube begins by dropping both devices from waist height onto a hard concrete floor. This is probably one of the most common drops, since a lot of people tend to lose their grip on their phone while taking it out of their pocket.

Fortunately, both devices hold up well in this one, which just some minor scuffs and scrapes on their metal frames. Even when dropped directly onto their faces from this height, both devices survive without shattering.

It’s not until they’re dropped from head height that they begin to break down, starting with the Galaxy S7 edge, which cracks along its back after the first drop and goes downhill from there.

Quite remarkably, the iPhone 6s Plus even withstands a 10-foot drop without shattering. Its frame does bend enough to all but ruin the headphone jack, but even after all the drops in this test, the iPhone’s display remains intact.
So, there you have it; the iPhone is more durable than the Galaxy S7 edge. That’s hardly surprising given that Samsung’s new device is made almost entirely out of glass, though. If you really want this model, it might be best to invest in a case.


If you have an Android phone and an active user of Facebook, you must have wondered about the ways to download Facebook videos that appears on your timeline so that you can watch it over and over again without needing an internet connection.

Although, Facebook does not offer a direct link for you to download a video, but you can download the Facebook videos on your Android phone using a third-party app called MyVideoDownloader, which is available for free on Google play store.

MyVideoDownloader for Facebook is the leading app to download videos from your Facebook to your Android device. It is very easy to use. With MyVideoDownloader, you can download any kind of videos from Facebook. Videos like tagged, shared and uploaded by you or your friends can be downloaded using this app. It is also allows you to download videos from the pages and groups you liked.

How to Use MyVideoDownloader for Facebook

    • Once installed, launch the app and log in to your Facebook account.
    • Swipe in to the right to access the menu. In the menu, select ‘News Feed’ to search for the video you want to download.

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    • Once you have found a video you like, tap on the little tick icon beside the video you would like to download, and hit the download icon located on the top-right corner of the screen.

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  • Your downloaded video will be saved to you phone’s SD card by default, but you can choose to save videos to your phone SD card from the Setting’s menu.

Samsung has just announced its two new flagship phones for 2015 – the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge – and they’re available now. Both devices offer some improvements and new appearance, which have finally ditched its traditional plastic builds in favor of a premium metal and glass finish. The Galaxy S6 edge in particular, comes with an added curve to its display that makes it even more striking. In addition, they also posses some key differences that are worth noting.


The most obvious difference between the two models is the dual-edge display of the Galaxy S6 Edge. This makes it stand out significantly from the more traditional appearance of the standard Galaxy S6 model. Aside from the physical appearance, both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge come with the same 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display (2560 x 1440px) with a pixel density of 577ppi.



The Galaxy S6 measures 143.4 x 70.5 x 6.8mm and weighted 138g compared to the Galaxy S6 edge’s dimensions of 142.1 x 70.1 x 7.0mm and weighted 132g, so the Galaxy S6 is slimmer but slightly heavier than the Galaxy S6 edge.


When it comes to battery capacities, the Galaxy S6 offers a 2550mAh non-removable battery while the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge has a slightly bigger capacity which is 2600mAh non-removable battery .

Color Options

Both the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge are available in a wide range of colour options, including white pearl, black sapphire, and gold platinum. However, the Galaxy S6 has an additional blue topaz colour, while the Galaxy S6 edge has a green emerald colour.


The other major difference between the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge is the price. The Galaxy S6 Edge will costs you about $100 more than the regular Galaxy S6. This difference is probably to recoup production costs. if you’re looking for something more stylish, the Galaxy S6 edge is a great choice. However, if you simply want a new smartphone, then go for the Galaxy S6.


Other than that, both devices are mostly the same in terms of specs and the experience from both devices is excellent. Whichever you choose, you’re getting one of the best Android experiences around.