We’ve all seen countless unboxing videos of anything from top of the range smartphones and tablets to children’s toys. Some people have made quite a pretty penny from doing high quality unboxing videos on YouTube, but with the release of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung has done something a little different.

While there are already more than enough unboxing videos of Samsung’s new phones, Samsung has produced a video of its own which instead of detailing how the unboxing experience of the new smartphones goes down shows the whole thing in reverse.

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In the ‘in-boxing’ video, Samsung shows a Galaxy S6 Edge in pieces, laid out on a table. We are then treated to a video in which a gentleman takes all of the pieces that make up a Galaxy S6 Edge and puts them together to form the device that went on sale yesterday. Finally, the phone springs to life once its battery has been inserted and its glass rear-panel is installed.

From here on it’s a case of shoehorning everything into the box, which includes the phone itself along with a charger, wall plug and relevant literature. There is a pair of earphones thrown in for good measure, too, which obviously like most of the phone itself look very familiar, if you know what I mean.

If you’ve ever tried to put everything back into one of these kinds of boxes before, then you will already know this kind of thing isn’t always easy!

Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge went on sale on April 10th. The move to a non-removable battery, non-waterproofing as well as the lack of expandable memory had led some to suggest the new phones may struggle to hit the heights Samsung needs them to but the improved construction and design, albeit similar to a competitor’s phone on market, maybe enough to get them the sales they want.

Apple could have told them that years ago.

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