John Sculley might have been the former CEO of Apple, but now he has helped to put together a low-cost smartphone replica that is a cost effective alternative to iPhone and Android devices. The cellphone is known as the Obi Worldphone MV1, and it costs about one fifth of the competitor products.
The Obi Worldphone MV1 is an Android model that has a similar aesthetic and functionality as other smartphones on the market. The difference is in the price tag, costing $130 which is less than half of an iPhone or a higher end Android. Despite the shift in cost, the smartphone offers 16GB of storage, a five inch screen display and an eight megapixel back camera and two megapixel front. With comparable features, the device is much more affordable to the average consumer.