People have come to use their smartphones for a broad range of activities based on specialized mobile apps. Interestingly, the notion of fragmented functions explored in the innovative Mobikom mobile phone seems to challenge the concept in a compelling physical way.
The result has produced a handset that is void of one comprehensive identity. It is composed entirely of tiny square fragments, fitted together into the user's choice arrangement. Kamil Izrailov explains that the smallest fully functioning cellphone would measure 22mm by 44m by 6mm with all of its necessary components. Apparently assembling to become an effective touchscreen gadget, the modular Mobikom mobile phone can even be organized into a tablet, incorporating microphone and memory units for an all-inclusive multimedia interface.
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By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 10, 2011 • References: industrialdesignserved