For some time now, Samsung has this habit every year of releasing a more durable and heavy duty version of its current flagship device. It happened last year when it debuted the Galaxy S6 Active, the rugged variant of its then flagship the Galaxy S6.
It appears that a certain Samsung mobile app has accidentally revealed a new upcoming Galaxy smartphone, the Galaxy S7 Active. Apparently, SamMobile has spotted quite a long list of mobile devices in the Google Play Store that offers support for the Samsung Level mobile app, and the Galaxy S7 Active happens to be included in the roster.
SquareTrade is an American firm that specializes in providing extended warranty services for consumer electronic products and appliances. Based in the city of San Francisco in California, SquareTrade routinely puts high profile smartphones through its Breakability tests, which aims to fully evaluate the durability of a mobile device currently out in the market.
It appears that Sony is making a rather odd change to its advice regarding the use of its Xperia line of waterproof mobile devices. Over the past few years, the Japanese phone maker has built quite a reputation for producing smartphones with high waterproof ratings. For instance, most of its recent Xperia smartphones have acquired an Ingress Protection rating of IP68 for waterproofing, which is the highest rating ever. But now, the company seems to be saying to users of its phones to refrain from using Xperia devices underwater.
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