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# 210420 26-Mar-2017 19:13
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Just wondering whether the coming Huawei P10 is water resistant or not and in what certified level it could be?

 

The device is looking good and feeling great in hands. Touched and played the device for a while last week. 

 

Is anyone interested in this device as well? 


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  # 1748304 26-Mar-2017 19:56
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No dust or water resistance from what i can find


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  # 1750885 30-Mar-2017 20:29
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I found that there is some water protection for P10 Plus


 
 
 
 


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  # 1750895 30-Mar-2017 20:39
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Krishant007:

 

I found that there is some water protection for P10 Plus

 

 

what is it rated at then?


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  # 1750943 30-Mar-2017 22:20
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I saw the rating at IP53 - which isnt really that much to be honest.


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  # 1750988 31-Mar-2017 05:19
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Krishant007:

 

I saw the rating at IP53 - which isnt really that much to be honest.

 

 

got a link?


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  # 1751017 31-Mar-2017 09:11
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Its at 1:53 through the video

 

 

 

Edit: Its IPX3 rating. 


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  # 1751241 31-Mar-2017 16:21
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Krishant007:

 

Edit: Its IPX3 rating. 

 

 

got a link?


 
 
 
 


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  # 1751276 31-Mar-2017 17:31
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Jase2985:

 

Krishant007:

 

Edit: Its IPX3 rating. 

 

 

got a link?

 

 

Its in the video i linked above


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  # 1751333 31-Mar-2017 20:05
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Krishant007:

 

Jase2985:

 

Krishant007:

 

Edit: Its IPX3 rating. 

 

 

got a link?

 

 

Its in the video i linked above

 

 

im meaning anything more substantial, there is nothing on the huawei specs page, or any retailers site nor a few of the review sites ive been on


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  # 1751364 31-Mar-2017 21:33
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If they aren't promoting it. I would conclude it doesn't have it. Otherwise they would be making a big deal surely?




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  # 1756196 4-Apr-2017 11:21
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Jase2985:

 

Krishant007:

 

Jase2985:

 

Krishant007:

 

Edit: Its IPX3 rating. 

 

 

got a link?

 

 

Its in the video i linked above

 

 

im meaning anything more substantial, there is nothing on the huawei specs page, or any retailers site nor a few of the review sites ive been on

 

 

Thats the only marketing information I have seen from Huawei that contains any references to the water resistance rating. 


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  # 1756420 4-Apr-2017 16:20
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so i would consider it to not be water resistant at all then based off the evidence


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