Samsung has released a new video that shows how the company stress tests its smartphones.
The video was posted by the official SamsungTomorrow YouTube channel this week and shows some of the stress tests Samsung puts its Galaxy smartphones through.
The video is in Korean, but those who understand other languages can easily make out what is going on in it.
Judging from the video, smartphones such as the Galaxy S3 get tested for both scratch and water resistance. Machines simulating a user sitting on the device are also used to test its durability.
In other Samsung news, the company reported that it has sold 5 million Galaxy Note 2 units in just 60 days.
This makes for another record-breaking release for the company, who enjoyed much success with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S3 earlier on in the year.
The Galaxy Note 2 launched only 2 months ago and has already moved 5 million units worldwide.
The device features a 5.5-inch HD display and Android 4.1.1, JellyBean.
Samsung released an earlier report that stated that it sold around 3 million Galaxy Note 2 units just one month after its launch.
Before the official launch of the Galaxy Note 2, J.K. Shin, the head of Samsung's Mobile Unit, predicted that the device would sell 20 million units after just one year. With this news of 5 million sold in just two months, the company is on pace to exceed that prediction and blow past the sales of the original model.
This will also put Samsung in a place where it could beat out Apple in the smartphone sales department.
The Galaxy Note 2 Android 4.1.1, JellyBean update will roll out with Premium Suite.
Premium Suite will bring more functionality to JellyBean with better support for Apps running in Dual Window mode side by side.