If multi-function phones leave you dazed, here's the answer -- a mobile phone that just makes calls and does nothing else has been developed. No MP3, no apps and no, not even texts can be operated on it.
"John's Phone" neither checks Facebook nor follows Twitter feeds. It, however, has a battery life of three weeks and has a manual just one page long, the Sun reported.
There's more. The phone's address book is actually a pen and paper notepad that is tucked behind a flap on the back.
A little smaller than an iPhone, it is 10.5 cm long. It is called the "anti-iPhone". Dutch advertising agency John Doe that created the phone is hoping that it will be a hit with buyers who are left confused by modern technology and youngsters who are buying their first phone.
what are your views on this?
I don't have much more.
I have computers and I have an iPad, so I don't need a smart phone. I do use the camera, but rarely. I don't think I'd want to rely on paper for phone numbers, though.
So it's a smaller version of the first cell phones that ever came out.
by etauntontv6 years ago
i need a app that i can on my stocks what phones have this
by johnorton6 years ago
I am in the process of purchasing a touch screen phone . Dear hubbers recommend me a good touch screen phone...Thanks
by Fullerman50005 years ago
I am shopping for my first ever smartphone, i know im late, and im not a fan of apple and have been doing research. I am looking at the Samsung Infuse and the HTC Inspire. Any suggestions?
by mhd0516 years ago
These days i am seeing lots of advertisement about windows phone, launched by different companies like HTC , SAMSUNG and LG....... i heard these cell phones are better than iphone and sooner will take lead over...
by britneydavidson7 years ago
Who do you think is a strong player in the mobile world Apple or Nokia. The way Nokia has reacted to Apple iphone 3g release with Nokia N96 seems that the battle might become a bit stronger indeed!
by huzule1197 years ago
Please don't use forums to post promotional links, this info would be better off as a hub in itself, I'd read it Personally I prefer the G1 anyway, much more potential.
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