From regular gadgets like smartphones, TVs, power banks to lifestyle stuff like sneakers, e-scooter to home appliances like cordless vacuum and hair straightener, Xiaomi have it all, but one thing this provision of the tech industry has yet to make is a feature phone. Well, that’s until now. The recently publicly listed tech giant from China now has a feature phone called Duo Qin AI Mobile Phone. Duo Qin loosely translates to “closer ties” (“duo” is more and “Qin” is relation) and as the product name implies, it is not the regular feature phone you have come to expect. Continue reading Xiaomi Makes Everything And Now, There’s Even A Feature Phone
On one side of planet, corporate are trying out do each other with high-tech smartphones and on the other side, someone is making wacky mobile phones. When we said ‘mobile phones’, we do mean feature phone. Meaning, non-smart phones. The unnamed brand device you see here is one such phone from “the other side” of the planet (not literally, btw). Continue reading This Is A Mobile Phone And It Is Also A Dual-head Shaver Too
Designed with senior citizens in mind, the Doro 6050 from leader of telecom for senior, Doro, is a feature phone that carries with it quite some style. It is a clam shell mobile phone (AKA flip phone) that’s easy on the hand (thanks in part to the soft touch coating) and boasts several features that will make using the phone a less painful thing to do by some old folks. Continue reading It Is Easy To See Why This Flip Phone For Senior Folks Bagged A Design Award
Whenever a non-smartphone surface, we ask the same question all over again: in this connected world, is there still a place for mobile phones that aren’t smart? Apparently, there is and Zanco is a living proof because they have been making mobile phones that will feel right at home in the pre-smartphone era. In other words, they make phones with a regular LCD display that is strictly for digits and texts, and yes, the phones have physical keypads too, numeric keys. Sounds a little ancient, isn’t it? No doubt it is, but that doesn’t stop Zanco in believing there is a market for ‘dummy’ phones and it is making you notice this with what it claims as “the world’s smallest phone.” Continue reading The World’s Smallest Phone Begs The Question: Is There Still A Place For A Non-Smart Phone And One This Small?
The point of Android OS is to make your smartphone, well, smart, so you can do a lot more things than making voice calls and send text messages. Having said that, it is only natural for one to come to conclusion, almost naturally, that an Android phone will be such, but that’s really not the case for NichePhone-S, an upcoming mobile phone (note, I said ‘mobile phone’) from Japanese company, FutureModel. NichePhone-S is, as the product name suggests, a very niche phone. Why? As you can see, it looks like a glorified calculator, but beneath that, Android 4.2 OS is breathing life to it. Despite so, it does nothing more than voice calls, text messages, and stream music. Continue reading There Is Going To Be An Android Phone That Isn’t A Smartphone
For a few months in 2017, the hottest product that cost a meager sum is no other than the fidget spinner. It was sold virtually anywhere humans are present, from the corner stores to supermarkets to toy stores. They were everywhere, but then, like every trend before it, it quickly crash and burn. Now, if you fidget spin anything now, you’d look like an ancient person, but not if your fidget spinner happens to be your mobile phone, such as the Chilli K188 Spinner Mobile Phone you see here. Yep. It is a mobile phone, alright, and a very tiny one at that. Continue reading Tiny Cell Phone Fidget Spinner Is The Weirdest Tech We Have Seen All Day
Caviar is an exquisite delicacy consisting of salt-cured fish eggs which is renowned throughout the world, but unbeknownst to many outside of Russia, there’s another Caviar that is equally exquisite, if not more, and it isn’t edible. Caviar, or Caviar Phone to be more precise, is as the food it is named after, as exquisite as it sounds and as you might have already guessed, this company luxe up gadgets for a living like what Goldgenie and the likes are doing. But this Russia-based luxe company isn’t content with just dishing out gold-embellished gadgets; it themed them with famous figureheads, such as a gold Trump-themed iPhone 7 (very fitting, I must say), but that device is pale in comparison to the company’s latest offerings: a Putin-themed, wait for it… Nokia 3310! Continue reading Caviar Honors Putin With The Russia President-Themed Nokia 3310. Really?
So you heard the exciting rumor and now here the official words from the maker: Nokia 3310 is alive once again – thanks to licensed Nokia phone maker, fellow Finnish company, HMD Global. If you are expecting an exact replica with modern innards, well, then I am afraid you might be disappointed. To be honest, I was expecting an identical reboot, except for more modern touches like the inner workings. So, in a way, I was both excited and disappointed. I mean, the phone is sleek and all, but it is not the 3310 we adored and you can’t even switch out the case like most Nokia handsets could in those days. Then again, I really shouldn’t cling on to the past. Continue reading Nokia 3310 Lives Again In Color And With A Month’s Worth Of Battery Life
Nokia once reined supreme in the mobile phone arena. Unfortunately time and technology had caught up with them, effectively putting an end to the era of cell phone. During its heyday and before the proliferation of smartphones, the Finnish tech company had turned out countless mobile phones, but it was the 3 series, particularly the 3310, that became sort of an icon. Offered by its then-trendy candy form was a durable phone that supports long text messaging (man, it was god sent, really!), along with useful tools like calculator, stopwatch, and even packing a bit of fun too with games such as the sequel to the hugely popular Snake. Continue reading Rejoice Nokia Fans Cos’ The Iconic Nokia 3310 Is Coming Back!
You know what it is that makes steampunk so alluring? It is the ’tech’ which we can relate to, expressed in a fantasy sort of way which often features stuff like gears and cogs, and steam power, in place of batteries and microprocessor. I think you get the idea and if you do get the idea, you’d be impressed by this DIY Rotary Cell Phone Prototype put together by YouTube Mr. Volt. Yes, it is a cell phone and yes, it has the good’ol rotary dial that reminiscent of the 1920s landline phone, you know, the actual phone, phone before it got replaced by keypad on the now-nearly obsolete fixed line communication device? Yea. That phone. Continue reading Rotary Dial Cell Phone May Not Be Practical But It Is Super Cool Anyway