Infinite Mobile Device

Every person in the world has a smartphone. Many of us have two or even three smartphones. It is known fact that smartphones are the most popular devices in the world. Because of this, many companies and designers develop a concept that can make smartphones more useful. Their problem is a battery. Other features are very useful, but without a battery, you cannot use them. One of the interesting concepts is Infinite Mobile Device.
Infinite Mobile Device is a smartphone and a charger. There are many chargers like this on the market and in the development. All of them use solar energy. With Infinite Mobile Device the situation is the same. It also has a solar panel that can harvest the energy from the sun. But it can also harvest the energy from user’s movement or interaction with a phone. For example, tapping on a screen is enough for making some small amount of energy.
This energy can be shared with other users. It is interesting because you can make energy in two ways at the same time. While you are using your phone, and you expose the solar panel to the sunlight. This will eliminate the need for conventional chargers.
This device has one more benefit. It makes less waste. It is made from more durable materials, so it will last longer. Also, conventional smartphones cause a lot of waste when you stop using them (smartphone, charger, box, cables and etc.). Another benefit is linked to the user’s physical activity of a user. He can run, with his device in pocket and it will create energy. This is a useful trick, when the battery is empty.




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