Autonome smartphone concept
Over the years, AGBeat has addressed a variety of new tools for purchase and in the concept phase that tackle the problem of smartphones’ drained batteries, one of the most common complaints of these expensive devices.
Designer Francois Rybarczyk has created a smartphone concept with a charging feature that requires no wires, no funky base to plug into, no copper pad to install under a desk, or wireless technology to tap into, no, the concept is much more simple – pop a plug right out of the back of the device and plug it into the wall. Genius! This is so simple, it seems that cell phones should have done this all along.
The Autonome also has a detachable special module that allows you to charge, hook it into the back of the phone for 30 seconds, and transfer battery power for an instant recharge.
The concept is extremely practical for professionals in the field who use their phones as mobile computing devices, and for professions that require constant phone use. Travelers can benefit, as can average consumers – the idea is so simple that it could become a legitimate phone for purchase in the future if a manufacturer picks up Rybarczyk’s ideas.