A Phone Used Just for Calls?

 

Image source: Gizmodo

Image source: Gizmodo

If you ask someone the very basic purpose of a phone, whether it’s a smart phone or an old Nokia, the reply would be without any 2nd thought is to make calls. That was the one of the two functions of Mobile phones when they first came in the market.

However, the mobile phone industry changed a lot since then and today mobile phone is use for a lot more then call and messages only. Smart phones are used as cameras, surfing internet etc. Sometimes you don’t need to get distracted and therefore a phone with the ability to just call can serve the purpose. For this same purpose there is a phone in the market with the size of a credit card. Without any internet or camera this phone is very light weighted. The Light Phone what they call it, is ideal for trips and can work as an alternate phone to your smart phone as you can forward your calls on it by installing an app on your mail phone. These Light Phones are expected to be in market by May 2016

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