Water was also found in both the front and rear camera lenses, as well as in the SIM card slot of one of the phones. As a consequence, the phones did not return to normal functionality even after many days. When Samsung launched Galaxy S7 smartphones, one of the features its advertising focused on was the water-resistance of the devices. They affirmed that Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy S7 Active are compliant with IP68 which means water protection. But only the first two passed the same test. Samsung sustains the possibility that some defective devixes were used for the tests. The Galaxy S7 Active launched in the U.S. last month with a price of $795 for the 32GB version.