Nokia’s maker HMD will be launched this Thursday (18) The most boring mobile phone ever During Milan Design Week, Italy. HE Boring PhoneThe project, developed in partnership with Heineken and fashion company Bodega, aims to increase social interaction when going out at night.

The phone only offers basic information, How to make calls and send texts without Wi-Fi, app stores or social networks?but it includes the little snake Snake game that was famous on Nokia mobile phones in the past.

The device, which has a transparent structure that allows you to see its internal components, has holographic details and green coatings in honor of the Heineken partnership.

Version is limited, only 5,000 units were produced. It will not be available for purchase and will be distributed through contests and consumer engagement events.

Boring Phone Settings

HMD’s Boring Phone looks a lot like the Nokia 2660 Flip. It supports two SIM cards and has an FM radio and P2 port for headphones. The device offers 2G, 3G and even 4G connectivity for calls and messages.

Its battery guarantees 20 hours of talk time and lasts up to a week in standby modeand this is done via a Micro USB port. Internal storage is only 128MB but can be expanded via micro SD card.

The mobile phone has a 2.8-inch monochrome display, 240 x 320 pixel resolution, 1.77-inch external panel and integrated 0.3 MP VGA camera.

addiction to smartphones

A survey conducted by Heineken of Generation Z and Millennial smartphone users in the United States and the United Kingdom found that 90% of young people say they use a smartphone. scroll While socializing with friends and family, they check their cell phones an average of seven times a night.

62% of survey respondents admit to checking social networks when out with others, 36% checking work emails, and 30% playing games on their devices. On the other hand, 32% want to turn off their smartphones when going to nightclubs.

Source: Tec Mundo

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