Water damaged my HTC, it stopped working after ~6 hours.
I had accidentally gotten my HTC 10 submerged in water. After I took it out, I immediately held it in a towel to dry it off while blowing on the charging port, speakers, headphone jack etc. to try to get the water out. I did not immediately try turning on my phone. I waited around 15-20 minutes (leaving it in a towel), and then attempted to power it on. It worked, but the phone wasn't working properly. After a while, the battery was low, so I proceeded to charge it. After that, it began rebooting and rebooting repeatedly until the phone completely ran out of battery. I have left it on the charger all night and now the phone won't even turn on.
Can this be solved by replacing the battery? Or has my phone already kicked the bucket? If so, does the warranty cover this? (Please don't lecture me about what I should've done, just tell me what I can do about it from here)
Is this a good question?