#1 Tempered Glass Screen Protector - Rock solid protection for your screen!
Most of you might be wondering how tempered glass screen protector can safeguard your smartphone from rains. The tempered glass is first heated and then cooled using chemical and thermal technology which makes it extremely durable as compared to other screen protectors. Besides being resistant to scratches, finger prints and shock, the tempered glass screen protector also prevents water to seep in. Avoid settling for a cheap mobile screen protector as the chances of water seeping in from its edges are higher.
#2 Rain coat for your smartphone
Goes without saying, a waterproof mobile cover is the perfect companion of your smartphone during monsoons. Your hands are mostly wet when you are travelling as you are handling your umbrella or rain jacket. Your smartphone is really sensitive and touching it with wet hands is not a good idea at all. Keep it safe with a waterproof mobile cover.
#3 Go Bluetooth - Let the phone stay in your pocket
This is a great alternative for all those who are driving a car or riding a two-wheeler. Why pull out your phone every time you receive a call when you can simply connect it with a Bluetooth headset?
#4 Remember 26 July 2005 floods in Mumbai? Never run out of your mobile battery
There would be times when your smartphone may run out of battery. Keep a power bank handy in order to keep your phone charged at all times. A power bank is especially useful during monsoons when you are stuck in traffic with low battery.
#5 What if your phone still gets wet…
Place your phone in a pouch in a clean plastic bag with silica gels as it absorbs the moisture from your phone. Do not try to charge your phone or use a hair dryer to dry it.