T-Mobile unboxes the Galaxy S8 among sharks, Samsung gives an ostrich a new Gear VR

29 March 2017
Two more interesting videos about the products Samsung has announced today are now available.

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Ritzie, 08 Apr 2017Agree with you that they can be used in the ocean as we hav... morethat is a valid point, i get what you mean now :-)

    geordie81, 08 Apr 2017No this isnt a hoax, most phones with waterproofing will wo... moreAgree with you that they can be used in the ocean as we have tried the Xperia Z1 and Samsung S5 out in the open sea.
    However, their IP Certification is quite misleading because they didn't warn nor inform anyone that it's NOT saltwater proof/resistant (because of salt crystals).

      Ritzie, 30 Mar 2017That's the thing... It's IP68 certified and IP Certificati... moreNo this isnt a hoax, most phones with waterproofing will work under sea water, the problem usually is the salt that ruins the connectors and damages the delicate parts, i should know as i recently came back from sri lanka and asia for 3 months and during my trip i took my s7 edge into the seas to films some dolphins and turtles at a depth of around 6ft the phone worked perfectly and i used it several times during my trip, i forgot to wash the device with fresh water and the salt over time corroded the usb connector a bit, just enough to mess with the charging amd my port shorted out, samsung uk had my phone for analysis and reported micro spots of corroded salt crystals on the ports but couldnt conclude it was from the sea, so they repaired it under warranty, but YES u can use with caution although i wouldnt recommend extended periodss based on my experience

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        • AnonD-632062
        • J7S
        • 01 Apr 2017

        That ostrich VR video is pretty funny! :D

          AnonD-83753, 30 Mar 2017Does that mean the S8 is salt water resistant? Most wate... moreThat's the thing...
          It's IP68 certified and IP Certifications are only done using stream bursts of normal water.
          Meaning this ad is either a hoax or a misleading one.

          Bad Samsung....

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            • CDJ
            • 30 Mar 2017

            sony has made waterproof phones for years the z3 was unboxed underwater in 2014 thats three years ago haha

              AnonD-93439, 30 Mar 2017meh, Sony did this in 2014Sony also reniged on warranty claims that showed signs of water ingress.

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                • th2
                • 30 Mar 2017

                Does that mean the S8 is salt water resistant?

                Most water resustant phones are only resistant against fresh water.

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                  • pX9
                  • 30 Mar 2017

                  meh, Sony did this in 2014

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                    • IbG
                    • 30 Mar 2017

                    Anonymous, 29 Mar 2017hooooooooooooomooooooooo

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                      • David
                      • 03R
                      • 29 Mar 2017

                      The crasing ostrich is a big mistake by Samsung and a big shame.

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                        • naq
                        • 29 Mar 2017

                        Well... that escalated quickly

                          Only when Samsung make a heat deterrent Galaxy than I will buy another Samsung product.

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                            • smc
                            • 29 Mar 2017

                            I have to admit that this video did make me chuckle. lol

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                              • 29 Mar 2017

                              AnonD-514012, 29 Mar 2017Don't do that. It will void your warranty.how about putting it inside an Oven?

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                                • Kgv
                                • 29 Mar 2017

                                Don't do that. It will void your warranty.

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                                  • JQh
                                  • 29 Mar 2017