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Wow this is good to know. HTC one m8 is possible water proof.

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Default Wow this is good to know. HTC one m8 is possible water proof.

All New HTC One (M8) Water Test - Water Resistant?: http://youtu.be/lhwvXTVQoPM

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You want to try it and let us know how it goes ?
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Uh no. I'm not trying that.

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Looks promising
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This has been floating around for a couple weeks now. It does very well in the test. Yes.

It has since come out that it is ipx3 certified. Which means it can take splashes.. etc. Although submerging it is more then a splash. All in all, its a good unadvertised feature. But I won't be testing it out myself.
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Waterproof and water resistant are 2 completely different things.

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I still don't understand how his camera overheating and running out of space on the SD card made the phone rotate under water.
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Haha it didn't make the phone rotate underwater. It caused him to reposition his filming phone so it was filming from a different angle. The underwater phone never moved.

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