Best Buy continues to be one of the only places where customers can test and try out the latest smartphone technology across all major brands and carriers, including the new G3. The smartphone not only boasts a 5.5-inch Quad HD display with four times the resolution of HD and almost two times higher resolution than a full HD display, it also has a 13 megapixel camera.
According to Plaxo, cell phones have a 20 percent chance of ending up in the toilet.
And that’s not even factoring in high-risk holidays like Monday’s St. Patrick’s Day, where your gadget could end up in a watery grave of green beer.
Don’t worry, Best Buy’s Geek Squad has five quick tips to help put the luck of the Irish on your side and save water-logged devices.
Step 1: If you can access your battery, remove it
If the battery remains in a wet gadget, you run the risk of it shorting out, which might render it unsalvageable.
Hope you’ve polished your “going out” shoes.
It’s time for the Big Dance.
Then again, if you aren’t into incredibly easy video tutorials and would rather read a how-to, check out the following can’t-fail game plan.
Pick up the most baller apps out there
It’s true, you can watch all 68 games on your computer.
Beginning Feb. 2 and ending Feb. 15, you can simply sign up for a $50 Best Buy gift card and activate your mobile phone at Best Buy any time during 2014.
Since Best Buy offers your choice of phone, plan and carrier – coupled with impartial advice from Blue Shirts – this is a no-brainer.
The plan is this simple:
1. Between Feb. 2-15, 2014, just register your mobile phone number, email address and up to four more phone numbers on a family plan in-store or on Bestbuy.com/giftcardreserve.