T-Mobile unboxes the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in style at a water park
Of the various ways in which a carrier can announce a smartphone and state its availability, T-Mobile has gone for one of the daunting ones with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the carrier would be more than glad that the module comes with an IP68 rating that makes it resistant to water – at least, up to three feet deep and for as long as half an hour.
A T-Mobile device specialist did an unboxing of the latest Samsung flagship while riding down a water slide and this he did all over the slides at the Wild Waves theme park in Washington. They would also be thankful for the strength of the latest Gorilla Glass technology by Corning which protected the face of the device from scratches or cracks during the incident.
After going for the water resistance and seeing it does well, the device specialist took the smartphone for another ride, this time, inside a water tube and here, he tested out how the 12MP rear camera on the back of the phablet holds up.
These stunts performed by Smith were in a promotional bid to lure customers to preorder the device from T-Mobile and also, the various side presents that the company is offering to early birds of which there is a full year of free Netflix subscription or 256GB micro SD card if the Samsung Gear Fit 2 doesn’t appeal to you.
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