Sony Xperia Z2 vs Samsung Galaxy S5 – the Ultimate Water Resistance Test
We all loved the beautiful droplets of water on Samsung Galaxy S5 advertisements; we also loved the images Sony's Xperia Z2 submerged in the bowl of water. But when put together, which one exactly is better at giving us a waterproof smartphone? Here is the ultimate Sony Xperia Z2 vs Galaxy S5 water resistance test that we are certain you were looking forward to!
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Xperia Z2 vs Galaxy S5 water resistance test:
Samsung has launched its latest flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S5 with an IP67 water resistance certification. The smartphone is officially set to survive for half an hour under three feet of water. Sony Xperia Z2 has an IP58 certification which can stay submerged for 30 minutes in five feet of water. These official digits of survival are limits till which no damage to any internal component will happen. However, the latest Sony Xperia Z2 vs Galaxy S5 water resistance tests reveal that the devices can last in the water for even longer.
Thanks to the unibody design and sealed battery compartment, Samsung Galaxy S5 can resist any damage to display or battery when submerged in a bowl of water for an hour and 20 minutes! You can see the Xperia Z2 vs Galaxy S5 water resistance test in the video below which proves that Samsung Galaxy S5 is equally good at resisting water like Sony Xperia Z2, if not any better!
Xperia Z2 vs Galaxy S5 water resistance test video:
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