ZTE’s concept Eco-Mobius modular phone system has been spied at CES complete with removable modules and wooden back.
The Eco-Mobius is a concept phone from ZTE sporting removable modules allowing users to upgrade their phone in parts rather than having to by a whole new phone to get the latest hardware.
The idea is similar to Phonebloks, but rather than clipping the phone modules together like Lego, the parts slide together on rails. These photos taken at the ZTE booth at CES show the Eco-Mobius with removable memory, GPU, CPU, RAM, main camera and a cool optional wooden rear.
Can you see a modular phone in your life in the future?