(Approx 4 days prior in London)
The world’s first Smartphone made out of Pure Bamboo was a design by a 23-year-old British student.
Kieron-Scott Woodhouse of Middlesex University, who lives in Shepherds Bush in London, has revealed his plans about releasing his product throughout Europe later this year, the ‘Daily Mail’ newspaper reported.
Scott Woodhouse, who studies product design, was frustrated with the lack of variety in the mobile phone market, and so he designed the bamboo handset in his leisure time. Made from four-year-old organically grown bamboo, which has been specially treated to ensure durability, the ‘ADzero’ phone runs on the Android operating system and is about half the size of an iPhone.
Like many phones the ‘ADzero’ will include a camera, but it features a technology called a ‘ring flash’ which is not available on any current mobile phones. A circular photographic flash around the camera’s lens ensures even illumination and minimizes shadows.
Woodhouse said: “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.
Lets see how strong will Woodhouse’ Bamboo stand in the Market. Wishing him Luck.