Like its previous flagship, the Korean company did not waterproof the new Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. So, what are the results in the event your Galaxy S6 edge drops in the water? TechSmartt dunked the S6 edge in a bowl filled with water to check out the capability of phone.
Before powering off, the phone continued over 23 minutes. That is a great deal more than can be anticipated from a cellphone without any official water resistance evaluation.
After some charging and drying the Galaxy S6 edge came back to life, though there was still water in the phone observable in the front camera. The smartphone also tended to reboot or even not boot at all following the evaluation.
Thus, undoubtedly do not go put your phone in water intentionally, though there are great chance of surviving an accidental fall if you pull it out fast and dry it correctly.