Smartphones Breaking Stereotypes with their Distinctive Designs.

Wild-Type, the platform for hardware experiments, introduced their first series of smartphones. Each one is characterized with unique elements that break every stereotype of a simply shaped typical smartphone. After Apple released their first iPhone, every other Smartphone on the market had the same physical specs: rectangular, neutral colored, plain and simple. Wild-Type decided to put an end to these normal concepts.

Introducing the new “Color” Series, with a collection of three Smartphones: Type I, Type II and Type III, each with a different eccentric shape and vibrant color.

Each of these Smartphones is optimized for operating system flexibility, privacy, augmented reality, and extended battery life. It contains many other features that can pair these devices with any other popular traditional Phone.

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