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Samsung Galaxy Google Nexus Explodes in Slow Motion 1000fps

A pulse discharge with a peak current of 50,000 Ampere is send through a Samsung Galaxy Google Nexus mobile phone. The Galaxy Nexus (GT-I9250) is a Android smartphone co-developed by Google and Samsung Electronics. It is the third smartphone in the Google Nexus series. It received good reviews as the best Android phone in 2011 and in 2021 it received a giant plasma discharge.

Bonus info: If you look closely at the bottom left corner at 1:10 during the slow motion video. You can see one of the terminals being shot out of my pulse capacitor. This is the last video of pulse discharges, until I have a bigger and better capacitor 🙂

This pulse discharge video is a part of a series, and the last one, of explosive videos that are all posted and discussed here:

The high voltage pulse capacitor bank, charger and trigger mechanism can be found with pictures, more videos and schematics here. and it will soon be updated with pictures of the failed capacitor.

Mads Barnkob

Electrician, programmer, experimenter and amateur scientist with experience in industry automation, programming and all kinds of high voltage generating electronics. Administrator of and the high voltage community forum

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