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The Google Pixel is IP53 certified — here's what that means

Phones don't make good dive buddies. But it's important to know what those certification numbers mean. One spec you won't find on the sheet for the new Google Pixel and Pixel XL is their IP53 certification. Google has confirmed that like the HTC 10 that they resemble, both Pixel phones are indeed tested and rated with an ingress protection score. Let's have a look at what that really means.
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