I’ve always been a sucker for a well designed smartphone (honestly, sometimes — late at night — I find myself going online and looking at pics of the HTC One X) and when the bamboo constructed ADzero smartphone was unveiled earlier this year, I just about lost my mind. So radically different, the phone features a bamboo housing so very much unlike the cold, industrial designs we’re currently used to.
Now, the wraps have been taken off the latest protoype “design for manufacture” renders, showing slightly tweaked capacitive buttons, and a clean, polished bamboo, that’s nothing short of gorgeous. The ADzero smartphone will launch with Android 4.0 and its own custom “ADOAS” UI that has yet to be introduced but the company promises will be simple and “coherent” with the AD design philosophy. The phone will initially be offered in the UK, and is scheduled for a late 2012, or early 2013 release. Would you guys rock a bamboo Android device?
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