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Google confirms Pixel IP53 rating, don’t get it too close to water

Many companies making their devices weatherproof these days, like Apple making the iPhone IP67-rated and Samsung making the new Galaxies are IP68-rated, it’s almost a feature consumers expect these days. It’s great not having to worry that a small dunk in water won’t ruin your expensive smartphone. Unfortunately, Google has confirmed that the read more


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