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ZTE Eco-Mobius Modular Phone Concept: Junior Master Race

by Lambert Varias
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We recently saw Razer’s concept for their newbie-friendly modular desktop computer. ZTE is also mulling taking a similar approach to mobile phones. The company presented its idea at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). ZTE calls its concept device the Eco-Mobius, a smartphone with swappable core components.

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Eco-Mobius is almost exactly the same as Dave Hakkens’ Phonebloks concept as well as Motorola’s Project Ara prototype, two ideas that went viral late last year. The goal is to separate a phone’s major parts – CPU, RAM, GPU etc. – into modules that users can remove and replace on their own. In ZTE’s design, the modules will be held in place by magnets. As with Razer’s Project Christine, ZTE also thinks they can enable users to install multiple units of the same hardware, such as multiple storage devices or even multiple cameras.

Macmixing spoke with a ZTE spokesperson at CES about the Eco-Mobius:

I’d love for all of my gadgets to be modular and customizable. I wish I was modular. My eyes and back badly need an upgrade.

[via ZTE, Red Dot Design & Macmixing via CNET]




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