The Samsung Galaxy S7 is very anticipated, but it has somehow fall short of our original expectations; but the funny thing is, we don’t really mind about it. It’s got a kick-ass camera, a design that looks so similar to the S6 you might mistake it for the other at first glance, and then there’s some charging issues it’s been getting.
You know about the timeless nagging from your mother that goes a little like, “don’t switch on the lights when your hands are wet!” Well this is somewhat similar. Someone actually found a useful (or not useful) tip from the S7 user manual, suggesting that in the event of charging the phone while the multipurpose jack in wet, there’s a tendency for the device to be damaged.
But that’s like the common sense of all basic common senses right? Who would actually want to risk their lives in charging their beloved S7 with super wet hands that’s probably intending to experiment to see how it’s going to electrocute them along the way? Well, whatever the reason, “thoroughly dry the multipurpose jack before charging the device”. Listen to that.
Would that be affecting your decision to get yourself an S7, though?