Does the S4 sink or swim?Molly Wood and Jeff Cannata take the Galaxy S4 with them as they explore several outdoor adventures. They fish, they climb, and they bike. Find out if the S4 survives.
-Are they both the same? -Wait our time. No, I think these are my-- -We've never done this before. [unk] are already cool. -All right. -And be suited. -You look totally awesome. -Do I? -Yeah. You look like manly. -Yes, for the first time in my life. -You know what, this is so beautiful. -You gotta take some pictures. -I gotta get a couple of pictures here. You know what, though, this has been really the best idea. Maybe I'll just toss this going back to shore. -Yeah, yeah. I'm sure you can make it to shore. -I can make it, right? -Yeah, no problem. -Yeah, here we go. -You didn't make it. -I didn't make it. I didn't get even close. -The phone is totally getting wet. -All right. Let's go get it. We don't know but you love them. -This is gonna be very, very, very cold. -Oh. By the way, we should point out at this juncture that this water is about 38 degrees, moving at 677 cubic feet per second. -My hand can't move so you have to do it. -It's on. It's on for now. -Hey. -Hey, maybe we should do that again. -Catch. I didn't make it to shore. -Didn't make it to shore either. -This time you're going to fish that. -Oh, come on. That's man's work. -It's super cold. -Yeah, it's so cold. Hey, but oh, the phone is still on. -Still on. -Doing stuff though. Once we get on the WiFi to call for help probably. -This is like, what are you doing? -Get a chance. All right. -I'm impressed. It's-- it doesn't seem to have a problem. -I know. Okay. You know what, we're gonna put in a bag of rice until the next test comes around. Okay. Time for a drop test from rock wall. -Take it to the wall -How appropriate? All right. You guys are-- you're gonna get suited up. -Yeah, dress up. -Okay. -Do this. -Okay. Cool. -So, I have the phone securely tucked into my sports bra where I feel certain. -Nothing bad can happen. -There's no way for it to pull out when I take a picture of Jeff. -All right. -We're going up. -Off we go. -There's no special way to do this, you just go. -Yeah. -Oh, God. Not used to the altitude. -Super comfortable up here guys. Super comfortable. View is awesome up here actually. -I feel like maybe you should take a picture. -Okay. Let me take a picture of you. -Yeah. Let me just hand you this phone. -Okay. Just hand it right. -Okay. Yeah. Oh, no. -Oh. -No, no. Oh, the phone fell on the grass. -That's the best part. That is the best part. Going down is the best part. -So, let's check it out. See how it's doing. -It looks fine. -It's fine. -It landed on the soft grass. -Oh, still, it came on though. -It do come on. -All right. So, I think we should see if we can-- -Hit the wall? -Bounce if off the wall like a little bit. -All right. -All right. There's no pretense at all at this point. -Oh, that would definitely happen in real life. I hope that what you saw fly off wasn't a piece of your wall. That would be, ooh. -Oh, yeah. -Oh, yeah. -Something bad happened. -Oh, yeah. We have crack on the inside. Curl it against the wall, you definitely have internal crackage. You can see that there. -Yeah. -And it did turn off for the time being. That could just be the water but it's no kind of okay. So, we'll just continue to-- -Beat it up. -All right. I think I'm filming. I'm gonna try to record you from-- oh no, oh no, oh no. You hit it. -I hit it. -Oh, no. I dropped my phone. -All right. This is it. -Yeah. -Oh, my God. -Oh, not good. -That's a lot of crackage. -Well, that's a lot of crackage. -It is. -You hit that phone pretty good. -I did. Oh, no. This is-- -That's the plastic. That was the protective plastic. -Your protective plastic did not do its job. -Yeah, no. -Yeah. -That's pretty clearly a fail. -It's pretty clearly a fail. -Mail fail. -Mail fail. -Look at that.