The phone has evolved from a simple device capable of sending only sound to something far more versatile. From the brick to the Iphone 6 the phone has evolved to become one of the most used technologies in the world. Here's my personal idea of what a phone should be.
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Step 1: Specifications
The ideal phone will be not to small not to big. It would fit comfortably in the palm of a hand, but be big enough to see images clearly. A balance between the LG 306g and the Huawei Ascend Mate 7. This phone has a 3.25 in length and a 5 inch height, the screen made from gorilla glass is 3 inches long and 4.75 inches tall, for a diagonal of about 5.62 inches. Said screen is HD capable with a resolution of 2560x1440. In addition to a perfect size this phone will have a 4mm headphone jack, as well as a microusb data port. This phone will require no charging port and will be charged wirelessly using inductive charging. This phone will also sport an 10 megapixel camera, with flash auto focus and zoom, and a 8 megapixel selfie cam.
Unlike most traditional phones, this phone is not candy bar shaped. The design for this phone is a T. The screen is capable of rotating up for a side ways viewing angle while a section remains for typing,gaming or other activities.
This beauty will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, an 8 core, 2.5 Ghz processor, 4 gb of ram and a 3,400 mAh battery. Total phone memory is upwards of 32 GB. As well as the afore mentioned features, this phone will have light and proximity sensors, Bluetooth 4.1 ,an accelerometer and a gyroscope. This phone will also be hotspot capable, micro SD compatible( up to 2TB) and 4G LTE capable.
This phone will be the hacker's phone, for the DIYer in all of us. Completely opensource in hardware and software the possibilities are endless. From compatible wearables, to a customized OS this phone should be uniquely yours.
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