New BBK phone will feature “Discipline Sync”

BBK, for those of you who don’t know is the major share holder of Vivo, Oppo and OnePlus, and the brand is launching a new smartphone company featuring learning features.

BBK’s new Imoo phone will be designed to be the first smartphone that has learning features built-in. What I mean by that is the phone will be made to help students study for exams and classes.

BBK had already released a leak showing a slender phone with physical record button, the phone has now been seen face on with a white front panel and capacitive Android navigation controls.

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The interesting thing about the leaks though are the features shown on screen that include a “Discipline Sync”, “Parents worry” and “Counselling teacher” functions.

We don’t expect the Imoo phone to launch outside of China, and we expect the device to come with quite basic hardware, but the idea of a education phone is an interesting one.

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  1. Conrad Aquilina
    June 28, 2016

    For a moment I thought iMoo would have hardcore A.I. to help me avoid life’s obstacles. Totally disappointed.

  2. MattD
    June 28, 2016

    “Discipline”?! Will there be a built-in Sergeant Hartman App?

    • balcobomber25
      June 28, 2016

      Love that movie.

    • NextHype
      June 30, 2016

      Or maybe an IngSoc streaming as a live wallpaper ?
      “The Inner Party urges you to shut down this application”

  3. NextHype
    June 30, 2016

    iMoo, what a lame brand name… dunno whats the reference would be for a chinese guy but for any english speaking person it may recall the complaint of a cow.

    BTW it seems like a good product placement. With people beginning to fear the “digital addiction” of the youngest, iMoo may steal some market shares with a reassuring product for stressful parents.