Mobikoma is a concept phone based on modules that fasten on to each other via micro locks. Each module has its own power supply and computing processor making it a powerful individual. However the purpose is to use them collectively as a phone and if you’re in the mood for it, a mini tablet. There are two specific elements dedicated to the SIM storage with phone memory and microphone. These elements are distinguished with their fancy etchings on the back.

Proposed Specs

  • From two of these concept elements you can design mini cell phone sized 22mm x 44mm x 6mm.
  • On the key elements there are programmed buttons.
  • Other elements are without buttons.
  • On the lateral surfaces in the middle of the fixing tape there are apertures.
  • The locks of elements become apart after pushing by pin or similar subject in these apertures.
  • You can design a new needed form from these elements.
  • The touch screen needs thermal and kinetic operator energy for charging with the help of special adapter.
  • This tablet has all kinds of wireless communication (wi-fi).
  • Maximal size can be 1.5m x 2m.
  • 54 elements – the tablet computer
  • 2 elements – little cell phone
  • 18 elements – cell phone – backside

Designer: Kamil Izrailov



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