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One Man's Sony Xperia Z2 Survives Six Weeks Submerged In 10 Meters Of Salt Water

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12th August 2014, 12:34 AM   |  #1  
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One Man's Sony Xperia Z2 Survives Six Weeks Submerged In 10 Meters Of Salt Water
http://www.androidheadlines.com/2014...alt-water.html

Hopefully mine is that strong too
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Have to say that that is sooooo cool and unbelievable at the same time 6 weeks in 10m salt water and still working. Reminds me of my old Sony Ericsson K810i. I had that phone while I was farming and I dropped it by accident and it landed in the cattle feeder went through it and got spat out the back then got run over by another tractor and it still worked. It still doesn't beat that 6 weeks in 10m salt water though. Amazing...
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Do any of you plan to submerge your Z2 in 10 meters of salt water for 6 weeks? If so, then this is amazing news for you.
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Lucky guy, for some people submerging Z2 in a pool for 3 minutes destroys it...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by HugePotato

Lucky guy, for some people submerging Z2 in a pool for 3 minutes destroys it...

Me here , was just doing my daily jogging and it started raining very heavily and the phone get wet and started behaving like a mad phone, touch screen does not respond to my tasks etc , I have send it back to Sony and now using my Nexus4 and that phone have no Battery life
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Touch screen does not work under water/in wet conditions because of the technology we have today. At least the phone has wet finger tracking, which many other phones does not have.

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risky experiment, lucky human being
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Wink lucky guy or for just promotional
10m below seawater? lucky guy or not true, unless someone do this in video and post it in youtube, hahaha

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