I have a Samsung Galaxy A70.
Today I had an accident and spoiled tea all over my phone.
It was turned on. I turned it off. Had to use the touchscreen to turn in off. And wiped it dry from the outside.
After 10 minutes I try to boot it up a couple of times to see if everything is fine. However, it displays the « Samsung Powered by Knox » boot up logo and then turns off again.
Currently I have it burried in uncooked rice.
My question is:
Does Samsung A70 have a protection mechanism against water damage by refusing to boot until it detects that the water humidity has disappeared? (which means after 1 day in rice maybe it will work again)
Or is the phone damaged and this is the reason why it will not boot? (which means I have to buy a new phone and I have lost all my data)
Just to let you know, Samsung no longer keeps water resistance in any of the A 2019 Series phones despite having it in 2017 and A8 2018. The a50 was rumoured to maybe have it, but it was confirmed by Samsung it doesn't