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I guess I'm really unlucky with my Z1 because I dipped it underwater for about 2 minutes and my mic broke. All seals were shut. Got it repaired, but I had to pay to replace the part...

Then again, I don't think anyone would prank call underwater in their pool.
 
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Really, can You send me the link?

Hewever I still think that the flaps from Z were much better, we won't listen to music underwater anyway.
http://www.sonymobile.com/global-en/...st-resistance/

Drying times will vary depending on the environment, but the process may take up to three hours.
 
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I'm going to Cancun next month, just wondering can I bring it to snorkeling under seawater? I tested the waterproof under clear water is fine. I shower with it, soaked it in bucket of water, did ice bucket challenge, wash it very often when the phone is getting really hot while playing 3D games or navigation. I'm afraid it will die from seawater n my phone is from Singapore n I live in new York, don't think Sony in new York will fix it...
 
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Wouldn't want t to risk that, if I were u especially international warranty...

I think it can survive 1 meter for 30 minutes according to the IP, but seawater is bad... Always

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simple fix, stick it in a ziplock bag lol, even more waterproof security
Current device: Xperia Z1S C6916

Retired:Galaxy S3 I747(sold), Galaxy Note I717(sold)
 
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Ziplock works for seawater??
 
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Yes. Technically should not even touch water...

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CPU: 2150 Mhz

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