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Is there a phone you would keep forever?
posted September 12 2013 10:21.58 by spic0m




In a way, current phones are disposable. Very few of us keep our phones for more than a year. And if you do, chances are you won't keep it for more than 2 years. We have gotten used to this system, but what if we could change our mindset? What if there was a phone you could keep forever? That is exactly what Phonebloks aims to do.


[Link: Edgar Cervantes]
 
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