Same like Hz0 that we spotted last year, even P2i secures your handset on a molecular level. As it causes all the liquid substance to bounce back and thus protecting the internal parts of the device. One of the basic advantage of this coat is that now it doesn’t need to use vacuum caps and lids, which some of the existing devices (the Xperia Z) use. So the handset has all the openings including the usual micro USB port, headphone jack etc.
As per the news in circulation, Nokia is busy working with P2i on a water-resistant phone for 2013. A few days ago, both the companies are said to have established a partnership at the Mobile World Congress. But at present its unclear as the handset to have the coat is still unknown.
Earlier it was even reported that P2i has already started working with Huawei Ascend D2, the new Alcatel One Touch devices, Motorola, etc.
Below we have a video that depicts the benefits of P2i’s nano-coating technology.