Oxford, UK, 7th May 2015 – Chinese technology giant Huawei launched their new flagship devices the P8 and P8 Max at a press event on 15th April, in London, UK. These new devices are redefining the smartphone market with their mix of style and functionality. The Huawei P8 and P8 Max offer a plethora of easy-to-use features and boast an impressive spec list to rival other smartphones currently on the market.
P2i are proud to be amongst the P8’s unique selling points that differentiate Huawei from many of its competitors, through the application of P2i’s liquid repellent nano-coating technology to further increase reliability. The P8 boasts spill resistance and is protected against liquid damage and corrosion caused by everyday environments and accidents. The P8 will survive liquid exposure from humidity and sweat to accidental splashes and spills. This not only means that the phone is more reliable and durable, but can be taken on life’s every day adventures , safe in the knowledge that it will survive.
P2i is a technology solutions provider focused on increasing the reliability of electronic devices by protecting them from liquid damage. P2i’s patented pulsed plasma process delivers hydrophobic nano-coatings which provide the highest levels of liquid repellency. With commercial expertise and proven success in mass production, not just in electronics but across five other market sectors, P2i delivers outstanding performance improvement to a wide range of products.
P2i was established in 2004 to commercialize technologies developed by the UK Government’s Defence Science & Technology Laboratory (DSTL). Our Research and Development team, led by our CTO Dr Stephen Coulson, identified innovative applications equipment and processing methods, culminating in a growing patent portfolio extending to over 65 families.
Established as the only credible provider of water repellent nano-coating technology in mass production, P2i boast monthly processing volumes that have more than tripled over the last year. The technology has now been applied to close to 100 million electronic devices worldwide, as smartphone manufacturers seek to improve reliability and respond to consumer demand to provide essential protection against water damage.
In addition to headquarters in the United Kingdom, P2i has a technology centre in the United States, and an applications centre in China.