The "smarter phone" is a concept launched by UK design firm Morrama. The activation seeks to embrace the focus on wellness by optimizing the mobile device in a more in-depth way through numerous wellness-centric features.
For example, Morrama's "smarter phone" boasts 'A Helping Hand.' Users can turn their screen upside down to enter a "more mindful mode." In this state, the device only exhibits key apps — such as camera and weather, in a soothing, monochromatic layout. The second feature is dubbed 'A Quick Escape' and it is more physical than the predecessor. Morrama created a slight asymmetry to the outer shell of the "smarter phone" which allows it to be tilted away from users when it's sitting on a table. Finally, the design also boasts a small screen on the back that displays the time and reminders to allow people to keep their phone upside down for longer.