ADzero is the first smartphone made from organic bamboo
Kieron-Scott Woodhouse, from Middlesex University, generated a lot of interest at the London Design Week after coming out with a design for a bamboo-cased smartphone. After posting his concept online, Woodhouse was contacted by a technology entrepreneur to make the phone into reality and branded it “ADzero”. This will be the world’s first smartphone made out of authentic bamboo.
Bamboo is the fastest growing woody perennial on the planet, it can be used extensively in the modern world. This design brings innovative technology and mother earth together and has created an alternative steel and plastic variety.
The ADzero includes the latest Android Ice-Cream Sandwich operating system and will become the most sustainable phone in the industry. Made from 4-year organically-grown bamboo, the phone is larger and weighs half that of an iPhone 4S.
His inspiration came from the lack of variety of materials and designs on the mobile phone market. So be ready for the bamboo revolution in the smartphone world.