Got caught in heavy rain? Drops of water and a bit of dust don’t stand a chance against your Google Pixel 3. Featuring Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and an aluminium band, its hybrid exterior has an IP68 rating. That means it can resist water when submerged up to 1 metre – and it’s also protected against small spills and sprinkles.
The durable front glass of iPhone XR is sealed with a precision-fitted, aerospace‑grade aluminium band. Together they form a shell that can resist splashes, water and dust – and even spills from coffee and tea. It’s IP67 rating means that your phone can survive immersion in up to 1 meter of water for 30 minutes. And the British weather.
With a rating of IP68, iPhone XS is the most water, splash and dust resistant iPhone to date. The world suddenly freezes when you drop your phone into the bathtub – but you don’t need to worry. iPhone XS can survive dipping up to 2 metres into water without being damaged.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is built to withstand even the toughest of conditions. Designed with an IP68 rating, it can survive immersion in water up to 1.5 metres, and it’s dust resistant too. So whatever your lifestyle, you can enjoy the excellent performance and cutting-edge features of Galaxy S9, at work or at play, without worrying about it taking a splash.
Apple know a lot about design, but there’s more to this iPhone than meets the eye. iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are splash, water and dust resistant to IP67 – so are dust-tight and can withstand immersion up to one metre for up to 30 minutes.
Put your waterproof or water-resistant phone in a rugged case and you won’t need to worry about dropping it from a height onto a wet pavement. Rugged cases are available for most devices. The Griffin Survivor Adventure Wallet fits the water-resistant iPhone 7 Plus, safeguarding your phone from drops of up to 8 feet.