A new video has surfaced on the Internet that shows how easily the super-phone from Samsung can bend with a little amount of pressure. Well, well, well. Seems like it was just yesterday when the entire tech community went ballistic on Apple when a video showcased the iPhone 6 Plus bending in people's pockets. Samsung was quick to point out that their phones undergo vigorous testing and don't bend. Even when Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 Edge at the MWC last month, they made sure to point out that the handset is made of Aluminum that is not prone to bending like some "other manufacturers." The #Bendgate phenomenon, introduced by the iPhone 6 Plus, was not only overhyped but also made a mockery out of Apple's infamous "only nine cases have been reported" by a website called oneofthenine. The video below was taken in a lab where all the new phones were subjected to pressure. The iPhone 6 Plus gave in at 110 pounds of pressure but the display and functionalities remained intact. However, in a terrible fashion, the screen Samsung S6 edge literally shattered into pieces at the same pressure. The display was still working along with the inputs. At 179 pounds the iPhone was shattered beyond use but, wait for it, the Samsung Galaxy Edge gave in at just a 149 pounds. Sweet! Looks like if iPhone users have bent phones in their pockets, Samsung fanboys will have their pockets full of shards of glass!