Though Samsung’s new smartphone Galaxy S7 has the water resistance feature but it will warn when you plug in for charge just because of wetness, which means if your Galaxy S7 smartphone is still wet in any way it will not get charge instead of giving you a warning message saying “moisture detected in charging port.”
Yes, the Android developer’s forum posted a report on 9to5Mac illustrating that when they picked up the Galaxy S7 smartphone from the water, after four hours, they attempted to charge the phone but on the screen of the phone they found a warning message saying “moisture detected in charging port” which clearly defines that the mobile will not get charge until it becomes totally moisture free.
It is by all accounts a wellbeing measure intended to keep water-related harm from charging the S7 while the microUSB port has some extra dampness from a swim.
This wasn’t an issue on Samsung’s last water-safe cell phone, the Galaxy S5, as it had an unattractive and feeble waterproof cap over the microUSB charging port that kept water from getting into the port.
At the point when we got some information about the S7’s water resistance, Samsung told Tech Insider that it’s protected from water from within. Doing so let Samsung give the S7 a smooth configuration without monstrous and unstable water-safe port spreads.
Considering there’s no cover for the port, water could undoubtedly get in and stay somewhere down in the microUSB charging port where the metallic charging association points are uncovered, even after the telephone was taken out of the water hours back.
Samsung overemphasized the S7’s water resistance when it reported the smartphone in February amid the Mobile World Congress.
Expecting individuals will take the S7 into shallow pools to take submerged pictures, Samsung welled to introduce this security highlight before it turned into a neglected configuration blemish, similar to the Galaxy Note 5 stylus failure where the stylus elements would break on the off chance that you inserted it the wrong way round.