A new concept mobile aims to do away with upgrades by having swappable modules that keep your phone up to date.
Rather than throwing out an entire smartphone when something breaks or you want to upgrade, the Phonebloks concept fits together like Lego so you can swap pieces out as needed.
Chinese phone firm ZTE is getting in the modular mobile action with this, the Eco-Mobius.
commentary The quest for piece-by-piece perfection could deliver livelier devices and less waste, but good luck competing on sleek design with the latest from top-tier phone makers.
The highly modular approach aims to let you swap in items such as keyboard, battery, or display so that your handset stays up-to-date much longer than today's smartphones.
With the Eco-Mobius concept handset, people would be able to upgrade and switch individual pieces of their smartphones.
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