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World's First Bamboo Smartphone Adzero appears in UK

|February 7 2012 |Android Phones, Fun, Cool Phones


Kieron-Scott Woodhouse, a student of Middlesex University at UK designed the smartphone from Bamboo. The handset named Adzero is made from a four year old organic bamboo and claims to be the World's first Android Bamboo Smartphone. However, this is not the first of its kind (tech products) Bamboo is used in the world. Woodhouse designed this artifact during his spare time and got backing from a technology entrepreneur in the later stages.

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According to Woodhouse, "Bamboo may seem like a strange material to use for a phone, but it's actually extremely strong and very durable, perfect qualities for this kind of application. I can't wait to see my mobile phone in shops this year." AD will have selected independent retailers stocking the handset. These will be boutiques and/or specialist shops. We are also happy to discuss other possible market routes, but these are our focus at the moment."

Adzero a.k.a AD is originally intended from the Chinese market and soon got traction during London Design Week. This smartphone is a prototype running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and comes with a bigger screen than Apple iPhone. Though the detailed specifications aren't available, it sports a camera with circular flash around the lens. The pricing and availability is yet to be known. So, we shall try to keep our readers updated with more information.


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