Modu is gathering the press on the magic 10 October to show the world their next modular phone. It’s called the T-Phone and runs on Android OS. Its core will pack touchscreen, 3G, Wi-Fi, 2GB internal storage and microSD card slot. As usual the rest of the features will depend on the jackets that’s on top.
The first modular phone by Modu had little market success. Only a month after its market launch in July 2009, Modu announced their plans for a smarter successor. It seems the time has come to show the world what the engineers have come up with this time.
The T-Phone is expected to be the lightest touch-based phone in the world. There is no more info on the specs, besides it will run the Android OS.
The interchangeable jackets that will complement the new Modu T-Phone should offer full hardware QWERTY keyboard, stereo speakers, gamepad-like controller, etc.
Let’s hope the T-Phone will do better than its predecessor. You can also check the official teaser website.