A new case that might be very interesting was unveiled towards the end of CES 2017 this week, called the mJoose it is a smartphone case that promises to amplify your signal, extend your smartphone’s battery life, and reduce the amount of radiation that your smartphone emits.

They claim that it is the first smartphone case to use active antenna technology order to offer this increase in phone reception and they say that it will do this by up to 100 times. mJoose says that it does this by extending coverage to more cellphone towers, which does mean that the results of this increase do depend on the area in which you reside, however, they say that because it does not matter which carrier you use, your cell phone signal should be increased across the board.

The battery-boosting feature of the smartphone case will also be available for the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge versions of the case, claiming to double the battery life of your smartphone, while cutting its radiation exposure by up to 70 percent.

Daniel Ash, the founder and CEO of mJoose explained more:

“The smartphone is rapidly becoming the primary data and voice communications platform for a growing percentage of consumers and business users, people have come to expect ubiquitous access to data and voice services through their smartphones and something as simple as a dropped call could have a significant impact. The technology in our smartphone case actively increases the phone’s reception by up to 100 times to reduce dropped calls, missed texts, and loss of crucial data connections.”

You can pick up an mJoose case for the iPhone 6 and 6S from the mJoose website today and through a number of third-party retailers, however, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, and Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge won’t be available until later on in the quarter.

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