Originally Posted by gtbarry
I think the key is the humidity trigger.
The only android phone I know of that used anything similar had it internal and thus not as susceptible to air moisture.
Do many android phones even use this? or something like it?
unless the phone is air tight.. then no air can get in our out..
then humidity can not get in our out.
but if that was the case.. then the phone would also be water proof too some extent. which would make the phone protected from water damage.
yes.. in our phones.. there are water indicators/stickers.. they have hidden them better.
and i have heard of people who claim to get false readings and denied warranty.