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Heineken and Bodega Launched “Boring Phone” With Limited Functionalities

The smartphones that were once used to be boring machines with limited functionalities have now become addictive supercomputers. Users are admitting their addiction to the phones and unfortunately, every upcoming phone is trying to add a point to it. Finally, someone has come forth to solve this issue with a phone. Heineken and US brand and retail marketplace Bodega have launched “The Boring Phone” which allows users to discover more in social life and less in their phone. This phone is produced by Human Mobile Device. This phone will be shown for the first time on Thursday 18th April at a pop-up Bodega at Milan Design Week.

This phone has been designed to come with reduced and basic tech capabilities. The phone’s primary function will be to send and receive calls and text images. It will come with transparent casing and holographic stickers that have drawn inspiration from Gen Z’s love of Newtro fashion and design. Say it is an advantage or disadvantage but you won’t be able to download any app on it other than already present. It will come with a week of standby time and up to 20 hours of talk time. The company will also launch an app in June that will turn smartphones boring.

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