Whtzup guyz! In this Video letz checkout the
Water Test of Samsung’s latest Budget Mid-Ranger, the Galaxy A50!
The Samsung Galaxy A50 is NOT Water Resistant, so how will it handle Water Accidents like
rain or such? As usual letz start by testing out the layer
of Oleophobic Coating on this Corning Glass Protection of the Galaxy A50. This Oleophobic
layer is common on most phones apart from some Oppo and Vivo devices and every Realme
device tested on the channel. It helps in reducing fingerprint smudges and aids the
water to roll off the screen in the form of droplets rather than sticking to the glass
surface! The most common effect of Water on phones
with NO Water Resistance is low and distorted audio from the external speakers which can
last from a few seconds to several hours and can permanently damage the Sound or the Display
Unit. Besides that there can be instances of Screen flickering issues, the Screen going
blank for several hours or the Display getting damaged due to water seepage issues in the
Asus Zenfone 5Z. Low and distorted audio lasting for more than
a few minutes is also usually a bad sign that other internal damage maybe taking place and
the device should be immediately kept to dry-out! So, will the Samsung Galaxy A50 be able to
reach the heavy drenching round and survive all the Water Abuse?
The Samsung Galaxy A50 actually does a good job
of resisting heavy splashes, but to a certain extent. Though there was a small issue of
screen flickering, which eventually got solved by drying out the device.