ZTE gives CES its first look at the Eco-Mobius modular phone
LAS VEGAS — The idea of customizing your handset beyond just its looks has been often toyed with, but rarely seen. At CES this year, ZTE displayed its concept Eco-Mobius modular phone at its booth, which maps out how a user could customize and change his or her smartphone, hardware piece by piece.
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Developed by the company’s R&D department in China, the Eco-Mobius would allow users to switch out and upgrade individual hardware components. For instance, if you are going to a wedding and would like to shoot sharper, higher-resolution photos. You could then detach your, say, standard 8-megapixel phonecamera lens for a 13-megapixel one.
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