With A Nano-Sim And USB Port, Meet Anti-Smartphone
With A Nano-Sim And USB Port, Meet Anti-Smartphone "Light Phone"

The Light Phone is the opposite of every other phone in existence. With A Nano-Sim And USB Port, Meet The Anti-Smartphone That’s Here To Make Our Lives Easier.

With A Nano-Sim And USB Port, Meet Anti-Smartphone “Light Phone”

Have you ever imagines? How will be your day without your smartphones? Well, that’s going to be tough for sure. However, for those who feel tired of their smartphone’s intrusion in the personal space. There are few technology companies that come up with products very often just to make sure you don’t trouble by your smartphones and at the same time you enjoy a connected experience.

Meet Anti-Smartphone, that guarantees you a drama-free life. Light Phone, which is one of the several Kickstarter-based devices that was launched earlier this year and promised to start shipping their “Anti-Smartphone” from May, 2016. However, due to “few limitations” the shipping has been delayed. Now the shipping of “Anti-Smartphone” will begin out of its Yantai, China Factory from November 30, 2016.


The Company Wrote “We are still in beta. We’ve run into a few limitations in our initial user experience goals due to some iOS restrictions. They are not going to effect the experience of being light but will make turning on call forwarding a little bit more manual. We are experimenting with the various options for our beta users. We will be shipping the phones regardless as to not delay any longer and will continue to provide frequent software updates to early adopters”

Light Phone
Light Phone

The phone was launched at $100 and it aims to be the opposite of a smartphone. It is designed to be used as little as possible. It can offer a battery life of up to three weeks with a single charge. The phone features 2G nano-SIM for calling, it features a touch module, microphone, and Micro-USB port.

The phone can even forward calls from your primary device with the help of an app. The phone doesn’t have any camera and don’t support the internet. The first batch of the phones will start shipping in November, 2016 and users will receive the devices in December, 2016.


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