The Hook: A Wearable Smartphone by Mindaugas (Gus) Petrikas


This is Mindaugas (Gus) Petrikas take on what the next wearable smartphone should like.

According to Mindaugas (Gus) Petrikas:

A new take on the smartphone. “The Hook” is a 3D CAD concept of a wearable mobile phone. Curved to fit your wrist and increase screen area, as well as provide additional features. Wearing “The Hook” keeps you right in the centre of action – you are always aware of all the notifications and interaction. Never miss another call. Read your e-mails instantly. No more rummaging around in your pockets or purse for your phone.
All you need from a smartphone (and more), right where you need it.

The  iPhone Killer?








Put the phone near your desk and use it as a night clock – the curved screen provides maximum visibility at a variety of angles.



Use the phone while cycling as a GPS device. You will never have to take your hand off the handlebars. Safe and practical.



“The Hook” mounts directly onto the wristband. Slots for magnets on the back of the phone guarantees that it will stay attached at all times, but can still be easily detached when needed

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