I am looking for an Android phone or a small tablet to use -- without a waterproof case -- as a navigation device on a bicycle.
The main requirement is that it must be able to withstand hours of pouring rain, and the touchscreen must remain operable when wet. It should also be possible to recharge the device while using it in the rain and without putting it at risk (through exposed charging ports etc).
The ability to use the touchscreen while wearing gloves would be a plus.
I am looking for recommendations based on real-world experience rather than marketing materials (a lot of manufacturers advertise IP ratings, MIL-STD-810G self-certification etc but it's hard to tell what any of that means in real-world use).
IP67is completely vacuum sealed to the point that there's nowhere for dust to enter, and resists water pressure up to depth of 1m. That's some pretty tangible, "real world" info to go on. I'd expect the MIL-STD certifications to be even more trustworthy and government controlled.