iPhone 5 and Galaxy S III head to head... in a blender
Which super smartphone holds up longer against high speed blades, and which makes the best milkshake?
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While we've seen the iPhone hold up a little better than the GS3 in drop tests and other sadistic face-offs of late, it seems to hold out against Blendtec's high-speed blades a bit longer. But in the end, both phones wind up as what looks like a heap of ash.
Check out the video below. Now that we've seen iDevices dropped from planes, melted in hot lava, and turned into a smoothie, please let us know if there's any other torture tests left that you'd like to see. Perhaps a perfectly good phone dropped in acid? Tarred and feathered? Stomped on by a "Gangnam Style" flash mob?