A London student has created the world's first ever wooden smartphone. Kieron-Scott Woodhouse's stylish design replaces metal and plastic with slick, natural, renewable materials will hit the UK market this year.
The ADzero is made from four-year-old organically grown bamboo, specially treated for durability, and features the Android operating system, and a never-before-seen ring flash.
The circular photographic flash around the camera's lens is the type used by fashion photographers to minimise shadows and provide flattering light. The unique handset is made from as many materials from sustainable sources as possible.
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