The World’s First Mechanical Cell Phone

The World’s First Mechanical Cell Phone
Design

Based on the mechanics of high-end watches, the the Celsius X VI II Papillon phone is claimed to be the world's first mechanical mobile phone.

Dan Gould
  • 16 march 2010

Based on the mechanics of high-end watches, the makers of the Celsius X VI II Papillon phone claim to be the world’s first mechanical mobile phone.

The phone uses 547 components used and is self-powered by kinetic energy. The £180,000 concept phone will be revealed at the Basel Watch Fair later this week.

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