Bespoke mobile phones
Thursday, February 14, 2008/
Ever wanted to make your own mobile phone? Now you can, or at least get a factory in China to customise a mobile phone to fit your tastes, according to Springwise.
zzzPhone promises to make a phone according to your specifications in the factory near Shenzen in China and deliver it to you within 15 days, all for the starting price of $US149.
Keen customisers have the option of adding a wide range of snazzy features to their phone including a camera (up to seven megapixels), GPS, flashlight, stereo speakers, software, a touch screen, faster processors and internal memory of up to 4GB. Another interesting feature zzzPhone offers is to have two SIM card slots put in your phone – although why precisely you’d want to do that is a separate but intriguing question.
zzzPhone, which is a US company with manufacturing operations in China, is reportedly also moving into the wholesale market by building and shipping customised phones in bulk.
Amantha Imber runs a successful business — but she still has impostor syndrome Amantha Imber Inventium founder
Your future customers: How to crack the gen Z code Simon Slade Affilorama co-founder
Four stupid business decisions that burnt through $1 million Ian Whitworth Scene Change co-founder
Why corporate content will send your customers running Luke Buesnel Story League director
How to write the perfect job advertisement Alex Hattingh Employment Hero chief people officer
How to outshine the millions of websites ranking poorly on Google Adam Rowles Inbound Marketing founder