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Watch a Galaxy S5 fall 1,000 feet from a plane and land safely

I've managed to shatter the display on my iPhone 6 twice in the past year after miraculously having never cracked a phone screen before in my life. I dropped it from my pocket on the sidewalk the first time, and the second time it fell off of a nightstand. Discovering how fragile my phone can be makes watching the following video all the more frustrating, as a Galaxy S5 survives a 1,000 foot drop.
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