Fujistu now has you covered if you happen to get your hands on any of its Arrows smartphones . . . and you drop them in your fish tank while cleaning it out.
Not only is the Arrows line waterproof, but it's dustproof as well. Fujitsu has also managed to include decent specs into the mix, so when I gave the device a test drive I found it to be very smooth with no noticable lag between screen swiping and overall use.
Inside the 128 x 64 x 10.1mm phone, you will find a 1.2GHz high performance dual-core CPU, Android 2.3, 4.3-inch HD 720 x 1280 display, Bluetooth, WiFi, 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM (up to 32GB microSDHC upgradable), and a capacitive touch screen. One of the best features is the 13.1 MP camera that manages to capture great quality photos using Exmor to capture the best possible picture with low noise. It will also support quick shooting.
It comes in black, white, pink, and blue, and I reallly hope to see the Fujitsu Arrows stateside soon.