People who buy the Motorola Moto G3 should understand that the water-resistant property in the Moto G is a protective measure and not at all a utility feature. For instance, it is not recommended that you go swimming with this device strapped to your arm or leave it outside, facing a torrential downpour.
Instead, this property assures you that in case some water spills on your device or you drop it in a puddle, it will remain safe. However, you can take it to areas where normally you wouldn’t be taking a phone to. For example, enjoy some tunes while you are taking a shower.
Similarly, you can talk on your phone while you are outside in the rain but make sure that you wipe the speaker grille on the front, if you don’t want your voice to sound muffled. Meanwhile, the water resistant feature of the Motorola Moto G3 protects it from immersion in water up to 1 meter.
However, the touchscreen will not register any input when this happens and even if it does, things won’t exactly be accurate. Furthermore, if the screen is wet, you will need to wipe it in order to successfully swipe it.
In the meantime, the Moto App in this device breaks down into three different sections: Actions, Assist and Display. Once you setup your Moto G for the first time, you will be prompted to take a look at it. After purchasing this device, make sure you take a look at this app. It is quite helpful and comes with some nifty features.
Stay tuned for more updates on Motorola Moto G3!