Earlier this month, Consumer Reports said two Galaxy S7 active handsets had failed its water immersion test, despite the device being marketed as water-resistant - and Samsung has since responded.
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Samsung suggested a defective unit may have resulted in its Galaxy S7 active failing Consumer Reports' water-resistance tests - but the publication emphasized: "We bought two, and they both failed."
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