Engineer builds a screen-less mobile phone from scratch

A 34-year old space engineer, Justine Haupt who hates Smartphones and texting has built a unique screen-less, classical rotary dialing mobile phone. The phone is wireless and it took her 3 years to build the blue-colored phone fit with a rotary dial taken from an old Trimline phone and an antenna. The device is about 4-inches tall and works on an AT&T prepaid SIM card. Its battery lasts around 24 to 30 hours.

She says she didn’t want to sell it at first but the number of emails she received begging her to let them buy it compelled her. Justine is currently selling the full kit for $170 on her new robotics company’s website.

Source: Pro Pakistani