As the development of Nexpaq modular case for smartphones is moving ahead, new companies with fresh innovative ideas for modules join the Nexpaq ecosystem. One of them is Fantom Dynamics that specializes in innovative technology integration with everyday telecommunication devices. Recently, Fantom Dynamics came up with a concept of extension for Nexpaq, which enables the modular case to work as a two-way radio.
The radio module prototype is called DXBm. It slides right into the Nexpaq modular case, and turns the smartphone into a walkie-talkie. Besides, the radio module enables users to create their own private network with text messaging and voice capability without the need for internet or cellular connection. It means using DBXm you can chat with friends, family, co-workers or groups nearby, share the location, send SOS broadcasts, and more. The DXBm for business allows for more features, including voice and text encryption. DXBm is a perfect solution during music festivals, outdoor events, off road trips, or using on the deck of a cruise ship or any location where cellular or wifi connection just isn’t an option, should a natural disaster strike.
According to the official Fantom Dynamics website, the DXBm modules can be preordered (reserved) already, shipment is scheduled for January 2016. Also, let us remind you that Nexpaq case is available for a wide range of popular smartphones, including Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and iPhone 6.