In 2014, after several months using the Galaxy S5 and loving its waterproof rating, I wrote that the feature should come standard on every phone. My feelings haven't changed since, though a majority of high-end phones still skip waterproofing. Thankfully, the Galaxy S7 edge brings an IP68 rating for dust and waterproofing.

It can survive in water — that doesn't make it a rugged phone.
Just what does that mean exactly? The Galaxy S7 edge can handle full submersion in water up to three feet deep for 30 minutes. That's far longer than anyone would actually feel comfortable leaving their phone in water, but the important point remains that the phone can come in contact with liquids and nothing bad will happen. Whether that's an unfortunate drop in the toilet (hey it happens), a bump into the sink while you're washing dishes or your clumsy friend spilling a beer on it at the restaurant, the Galaxy S7 edge will handle it just fine.;url=;url='re+here+and+would+love+your+participation!&url=;url=;url=]pain%20pills[/url],%20%208((,%20[url=]buy%20drugs%20online[/url],%20%20awbaz,%20[url=;url=;url=

Now this doesn't mean the Galaxy S7 edge is anything approaching a rugged phone, nor should it be treated as such — the waterproofing really is here just to save your phone from accidents involving liquids. I couldn't consistently get the camera to record pictures or video under water, and the phone is quick to tell you to dry out the USB port if you try to charge it at any point close to the phone being submerged. Of course the physical design of the phone isn't designed to take much damage, either — keep that in mind before you go tossing this thing around. It may survive the water, but maybe not the rest of the actions that put it in that position.

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Daily use
We know the specs. We know the features. But what's the Galaxy S7 edge like to use every day? That's the real question. Aspects of the phone like battery life, general interface performance and the speaker quality are big parts of how you experience the phone.

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