The second most popular response, however, was that all phones should be waterproof as standard, no matter what it costs. This makes sense if you are hell bent on protecting your investment from any misfortunes involving water or dust, but it comes with some conditions: do you still want a waterproof phone if you lose the ability to replace the battery?
The third most popular replies were tied: one in five respondents said they were happy to have a waterproof phone as long as they didn’t have to pay extra for it, and another one in five said waterproofing was only really useful if it included salt water and chlorine as well. With such a varied and even result it seems clear that we are generally still more concerned with better battery life or better cameras than we are with waterproofing.
Do you have a waterproof phone? Which area of smartphones do you think needs the most attention right no