The 'Echo' is a conceptual call device designed by Faisal Semari that offers consumers a smaller, more compact and curved smartphone that is tailored to better suit the shape of the ear. This provides a much more ergonomic design that morphs to the body, for added comfort when taking a call.
While most smartphone devices tend to be modular and rectangular, the 'Echo' phone completely diverges from this standard. The device leaves behind angular forms in place of a curved surface that warps where the ear would sit. This provides a much more organic design that is tailored to the body. The smartphone can even be transitioned to a handheld device thanks to an incorporated earpiece that folds down and turns the the phone into a headset. Both modes of wear are much more ergonomic and comfortable for the consumer.