Last year at CES 2013, a company called Liquipel awed you with its water resistant solution. This year at CES the company introduced Liquipel 2.0, a formula which will keep you phone water safe for years together.
The phone is kept in a chamber where air is sucked and then the formula is applied to it in vapor forms. A binding is created at the moleculer level which not only protects the phone from outside but also from inside.
Liquipel would be opening its outlets soon in the shopping malls and would be charging $60 to waterproof your phones like Apple iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy SIII and Motorola Razor HD.