This is no longer the first time we see Google expressing concern about the time users spend in front of their smartphones. That is certainly why he decided to create a paper smartphone.
Calling it a smartphone is not exactly the correct word, because it is anything but "smart". The project created in conjunction with the London company "Special Projects" and is basically a paper with the most useful information for the day. You already have the possibility to download the application on Android and you can now "make your smartphone".
See example of Google's "smartphone" on paper
As you can see, this smartphone is not exactly interactive. By the way, there is not even the possibility of people contacting you. You can attach important contacts, but you'll have to go to a phone booth (reserved for Superman only in 2019) to call someone.
Still, this is a way of detoxifying the technological world. Is having notifications on your phone so important? Do you always need to be on? "Paper Phone" allows you to print the data that is most important to your daily life. From maps, contacts or even games.
The technological addiction is real
Adrian Westaway, chief technology officer at the London studio, said that "many of the people we talked to about this were horrified at the thought of leaving their smartphone behind."
Application is free and you only need a printer
Well, dare you to experiment. All you need is a printer to make everything work perfectly. The application tells you how to fold and voila, you have your smartphone ready for the day. Download the Android app here from the Google Play store.
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