News: Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has produced a see-by way of case for the latest Firefox smartphone from telecommunications organization KDDI.
The Fx0 by Tokujin Yoshioka is made to show off the inner components of the au phone by KDDI, such as the battery, sim card, electronic circuits and screws.
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“In order to express the openness which is the most distinctive feature of Firefox OS, Tokujin captured the beauty of mechanicals inside and incorporated them to the design and style,” said a statement from the designer’s studio.
Mechanical components within the case give a metallic appearance to the design, which is textured across the back to increase grip.
The phone characteristics 4G capabilities – one particular of the very first for a Firefox operating technique (OS) device – and a quad-core processor created by Qualcomm.
A huge touch screen covers the majority of the phone’s front, whilst a camera is mounted inside a black disk on the back, with the flash positioned just below.
Firefox’s logo is on the circular “property” button “to recognize the originality by means of the front design of the physique”.
“This will be a model that symbolises a new stage for Firefox OS smartphone,” mentioned Yoshioka, who also designed an additional transparent telephone for KDDI named X-RAY in 2010 and launched his Media Skin mobile phone with the brand in 2007.
Other smartphones that launched this year incorporate the eagerly anticipated iPhone six, which came under criticism from customers who claimed that the style bent in their pockets.