Recent models of the Samsung Galaxy phone, including the new S10 models, are water-resistant to a degree, but you should still use caution with these pricey devices.
All Galaxy models dating back to the Galaxy S7 have the same water-resistance rating of IP68.
Damage or wear and tear caused by extended use can reduce the efficacy of a phone's water resistance, so take care over time to protect your phone.
Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones have an IP68 rating, which means they are resistant to ingress from dust and water-resistant to a degree.
The IP Code, which stands for International Protection Marking but is also commonly known as Ingress Protection Marking, is maintained by the International Electrotechnical Commission, and gives consumers a shorthand way to understand their device's resistance to various types of damage.
The second number refers to the water resistance of the device and ranges from zero to nine.