How To Unbox A Samsung Galaxy S II At 8,000 Feet – And Vomit [Video]

How To Unbox A Samsung Galaxy S II At 8,000 Feet – And Vomit [Video]

Last week, I was asked to take part in an “Extreme Unboxing” video campaign for smartphone giant Samsung.

Another conference. “Great.”

This one’s different, trust us. Our new event for New York is focused on quality, not quantity.

For this, I travelled to the headquarters of Ultimate High, the British Centre of Aerobatics Excellence, based in Gloucestershire (in the UK), to demonstrate and talk about Samsung’s new Galaxy S II smartphone on camera.

Filming the unboxing wouldn’t have been a problem, but it was to be recorded as I was being thrown about at 8,000 feet, being turned upside down, flipped in the air and introduced to forces of 7G at some points during my flight.

I did pretty well, until the end – my body couldn’t take any more.

I can safely say that doing anything at 8,000 in an acrobatic aircraft would be difficult, let alone unboxing a device.

The Samsung Galaxy S II is a pretty slick phone, slicker now I have managed to vomit on it. Look out for our full review, coming soon.

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