Friday, February 26, 2016

Watch this Underwater Unboxing Video of the Samsung Galaxy S7 by T-mobile

The IP68 ratings, that is the Dust and Water-resistant feature is one of the features that makes the new Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge a very mind-blowing device. No wonder T-mobile has decided to make use of this opportunity to shoot an underwater unboxing video of the device. This is the first underwater unboxing video of the Samsung Galaxy S7 I'll see, maybe you too.

T-Mobile decided to make this video to catch people’s attention as well as raise awareness about the new Galaxy S7’s IP68 immersion rating meaning that it is dust resistant and can be submerged underwater up to 5 feet for up to 30 minutes at a time, stronger and longer than the IP67 rating of the Samsung Galaxy S5.

In the video, we see T-Mobile’s product manager - Des, who was completely underwater, with a snorkel and also holding T-Mobile retail uniform, unboxing a Galaxy S7. And yes, he took the entire box underwater and unboxed it, underwater.Isn't it amazing? He is murmuring in the entire video because of the water, so the video has been subtitled to understand what he’s saying. He also turns the phone on, takes tests shots with the camera, and even takes a video call, all underwater. 

The Galaxy S7 was announced this past weekend at MWC 2016 in Barcelona. It features a 5.1” AMOLED display, Snapdragon 820 CPU paired with Adreno 530 GPU, 12.1MP camera, IP68 immersion rating, and will be available in Black, White, Gold, and Silver. If you haven't seen the full specifications and features of the Galaxy S7 - Here you go. The pictures and introduction Video is also available here. What do you think about this underwater unboxing video? Kindly share this video with others and don't forget to subscribe to our FREE email updates to get tech news and interesting posts like this directly in your mailbox. #TGIF

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