Thxs for your answer. The main goal for me is to be able to use it while running or biking even if it's raining ... I red that the Kyocera Torque, the Nomu S30 or the Croscall Trekker X3 (with "wet touch" fonction) can operate even if raindrops fall on the screen. Is it due to the quality of the touchscreen (Gorilla Glass 3 - Glass 4 for the Crosscall -) ?
My main goal is to be able to use my phone while running or biking even if it's rainy and if there are raindrops on the touchscreen. I know other phones that allow that (Nomu S30, Hisense C30, Kyocera Tporque, Croscall,...) but the BV7000 is for me the best value for money. Is the gorilla Glass 3 touchscreen the key factor that allows these phone to operated in such weather conditions ?