Samsung S22 Ultra VS iPhone 14 Pro Max water test: In these days of fierce competition within the tech industry, manufacturers will do their utmost to convince you that they have the best products. Claims that the device has this or that feature have led many reviewers to test every feature advertised by the manufacturers to a very extreme level.
Unlike before, no manufacturer can lie about a feature anymore, because no matter how hard that feature is to test, someone somewhere will surely find a way to put it to the test. Recently, Huawei released their latest matte 50 series and they claimed that the device has Kunlun glass protection which is said to be the hardest glass on any smartphone. A few days after the launch, a viral video of a woman using the screen to crack a nut surfaced online. Luckily, the phone was able to break off the nut without breaking the screen.
Another technology that was tested was Apple’s overwrite detection feature. Many people including myself were wondering how anyone could test this feature. Will the tester risk their life and sit in a car and run it over just because of this feature? Let’s just say the tester can’t sit in the car. But still, it would just be out of their heads for anyone to crash a car just to prove whether crash detection is working or not.
Well guess what? Somebody did it. He did not sit in the car but used a remote control to move the car at high speed while tying the iPhone with tape behind the driver’s seat. After the car crashed into a pile of burnt-out old cars, he ran quickly with the camera to see if the iPhone could detect the crash and call 911 as Apple had said it would. Congratulations Apple! It worked perfectly well.
Samsung S22 Ultra and iPhone 14 Pro Max water test
These are clear indications that no matter how difficult it is to test the feature, someone somewhere will definitely find a way to test it. Even if it requires going to the moon. This brings us to an extreme test that a Youtuber by the name of Tech Trimmers gave the iPhone 14 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
During the test, he put the two phones in two different plastic containers. He then poured strawberry lemonade into each container while the phones were still there. To ensure transparency, he started the timer on both phones. He then covered each container and placed them in a freezer.
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He also started a stopwatch on a third phone so he could monitor timing. The phones were going to sit in the freezer for 10 hours. This is to give the liquid around the phones enough time to freeze completely.
After 10 hours, it was finally time to see which of the two phones had survived this severe suffocation. So he took the containers out of the freezer. Turn on the tap water on the frozen ice until all the ice melts from both phones.
The final result (Samsung S22 Ultra VS iPhone 14 Pro Max test)
The Samsung S22 Ultra was the first he tested. The phone still worked fine when pressing the power button. The front and rear cameras still worked well. He also streamed music on YouTube to check if the speakers were still working and everything was working perfectly. There was no sign or trace of liquid in the camera or in the screen. It was very clear that the Samsung S22 Ultra passed this test with ease.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max comes next. So like the Samsung, the iPhone also worked fine, it pressed the power button. The front and rear cameras were also in perfect working order. However, the speaker had some noise when playing music. This may be due to liquid that may have entered the speaker. It’s barely noticeable and it should go back to normal the fluid dries out completely.
The Samsung and the iPhone passed this test without any problems. Both phones have proven to be highly liquid resistant, even in extreme conditions. This means that carrying your iPhone 14 Pro Max or Samsung S22 Ultra in the rain shouldn’t pose a serious threat to your phone in any way.
Source / Via: YouTube