Symetium Smartphone is trying its best to become a smartphone PC.
Sweden-based Symetium has been working for as long as three years to add top of the line specs to a phone that can likewise work as a PC when docked.
Don't Miss: Sam's Club Black Friday 2016 Details
The company launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise $1.25 million so it can offer this phone for sale to the public.
The fundamental thought behind the Symetium phone and its working framework is that phones ought to work more like PCs, and they should enable that higher level of productivity for everyone.
The way Symetium needs to accomplish that is by empowering cell phone to connect to one or multiple screens simultaneously.
The UI wouldn't be mirrored but would instead create a new interface on that larger screen, optimized for that form factor, while also allowing people to continue using their phones without interruption as well.
Once in the PC mode, the Symetium smartphone can also turn into a mouse and keyboard combination when no such accessories are available.
The device will run a modified OS in view of Android Marshmallow. It will accompany a top of the line Snapdragon 820 and as much as 6 GB of RAM to make it more "PC-like," which could be valuable in the desktop mode in the event that you open numerous tabs at once.
The Symetium cell phone will accompany up to 256 GB of memory too, in spite of the fact that those models will be altogether more costly.
The baseline will start at 64 GB of storage. The phone's battery will supposedly last "approximately three to four days," but it is not clear under what circumstances.
Android M is considered to twofold standby battery life, however it's unrealistic to twofold the battery life under constant use.
The phone's 4,000 mAh battery as well as the 1080p resolution OLED screen should also help in extending the battery life of the device.
The Symetium IndieGoGo campaign right now shows the cell phone beginning at $499 for the 64 GB version, however but only for a limited number of customers, in a first come first served order.
Buy Now: Sony PlaysStation VR In Stock Here
The phone’s original price seems to be $699 for the 64 GB model, $799 for the 128 GB one, and $999 for the 256 GB variant. The device is expected to ship in July 2016.