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The Extreme Lengths Samsung Must Go To Make Sure Your Galaxy Phone Works Perfectly

Samsung Galaxy S5 testing antenna

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A Samsung engineer tests the signal on a Galaxy S5.

The last thing you want when you drop a few hundred bucks on a new phone is for it to fail on you within a few days.

That's why manufacturers go through lengthy testing processes to make sure every aspect of their devices work. Samsung does the same with its Galaxy line of phones, including the new flagship phone the Galaxy S5.

We visited Samsung's testing facilities at its headquarters in Suwon, South Korea. There, engineers test everything from how well phones can survive a fall to how many times you can push the home button before it breaks.

Disclosure: Samsung paid for a portion of our trip to South Korea for this story, including the flight and some meals. Business Insider paid for lodging and all other expenses.

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