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Modular LEGO-Like Smartphone Design Cuts Down on Waste

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Dave Hakkens, a Dutch designer, has proposed a LEGO-like modular smartphone design called Phonebloks that would let you swap out features like the antenna, battery or processor when they age out or stop working. That way, you wouldn’t have to throw away the entire phone when one component fails.

Via mashable.com



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