Chinese company Chilli International released a spinner with a built-in phone

12 October 2017
You could say that now we have seen everything. In an era when the world has already started selling flying cars and anyone can buy a kettle or even a socket that can be controlled from a smartphone, there is a device that only someone with a very rich imagination could have expected. We are talking about the first serial phone-springer, created by the Hong Kong company Chilli International.The phone, called Chilli K118, is made in a very unusual form factor. It differs from the usual spinner only by the presence of two blades, as well as the presence of a screen and a keyboard.As for the phone itself, its characteristics are quite modest. Chilli K118 has a 1.4-inch TFT-display with a resolution of 128 x 96 pixels, 32 MB of RAM and the same amount of internal memory expandable through microSD cards up to 8GB, and a 280 mAh battery. At the same time, the size of the phone is only 96 x 40 x 12 mm. The device supports Bluetooth and can operate in the GSM network (850/1800 or 900/1900), though only with one SIM-card. It is also reported on the presence of a built-in browser. It is known that the device is offered in six different colors. But unfortunately or fortunately, you can buy it only from Amazon in India for only $20. We can only hope that the craftsmen from China will not continue the trend and will not embed phones in other fashionable items among young people, such as, for example, gyroscooters or, hell hath no fun, vape.