So we’re not sure when HzO’s waterproofing nanotechnology will be commercialized, which means that in the meantime if you are looking to protect your device from the perils of water damage, we will have to rely on external casings such as the Aryca cases from Concord Keystone.
They are available in either the Aryca TIDE or Aryca WAVE models, and while they’re not the most elegant of cases available in the market, it appears to get the job done. The cases will fully enclose your smartphone, allowing you to capture photos, videos and even edit your images underwater if you choose to.
According to Concord Keystone, these cases are good for depths up to 20 feet, and they float too, so you don’t want to worry about your smartphone sinking to the bottom of the ocean. They are currently available from Concord Keystone’s website for $39.99 each.
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