A smartphone shell goes straight on the ceiling by Kickstarter: Eye gets users the Android operating system on the iPhone.
At the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter currently provides an innovative idea of Israeli startups ETSI for excitement: An Android smartphone that works as a shell for the iPhone and so the operating system brings the future also on Apple's phone.
The idea sounds promising and so the project has far exceeded shortly after its launch, the planned funding target of $ 95,000.
The Eye casing is a complete Android smartphone that you simply Everts about the iPhone. Following the motto "front iOS, Android behind" it brings Apple's mobile device an Android screen on the back of the device. While the iOS and the Android system the speakers, cameras and the microphone to share, all other features of Eye function separately.
So the case gives the iPhone a 5-inch AMOLED display with full HD resolution, runs on the Android 7.1. In addition, the sleeve has a MediaTek Helio P20 processor with eight cores, support the 3 gigabytes (GB) of RAM.
There is 16 GB memory which can be expanded up to 256GB via microSD card. Also brings with Eye NFC, its own battery with 2,800 mAh, and a headphone jack. The latter is likely to be of particular interest to owners of the iPhone. 7
The Android Case will be available in two sizes: one for the iPhone 6 models, and iPhone 7 and a larger version of the iPhone Plus variants. Who strikes now also receives an envelope for 95 US dollars, or alternatively for 119 dollars with the 4G module.
According to Kickstarter delivery to supporters in August or in September 2017. After that starts to Eye for 189 dollars in the trade.
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