The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 does not have a Bendgate issue at all, according to its South Korean maker. It’s even gone to great lengths to prove it to you by creating a huge robotic mom-jeans donning booty to test its phones on.
Samsung recently posted on its official blog that the newly launched smartphone’s able to endure a series of tests, including one of a massive robotic butt plunking its rump on the device a couple hundred times.
But, even though Samsung claims its Galaxy Note 4 is strong and doesn’t suffer from Bendgate problems regardless of its big, thin and light frame, Sammy users have picked out a problem with it – and it's named Gapgate.
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Not a gaping gap
From the term itself, you’d have probably guesses there’s a gap defect somewhere on the phablet. Reports have indicated that it’s not exactly airtight sealed in its make (there’s allegedly a business-card-width split running between its display and metallic frame).
But sources claim Samsung’s come back saying the defect is actually a feature of the mobile device instead of reiterating the possible problem that “friction between parts may cause the gap to expand slightly’. So there you go – in its own words, Samsung’s got one more “feature” to add to its OIS 16MP camera, Quad HD Super AMOLED screen, and Snapdragon 805 chip feature packed Galaxy Note 4 device.
But if you don’t mind the gap and are more interested in some slow-motion robotic twerking action and the tech behind its other tests, the “Samsung Galaxy Note 4 endures the gluteus maximus” video might be right up your alley.