A Mobile Phone Powered By Heat

A Mobile Phone Powered By Heat
Design

The Nokia E-Cu concept phone by Patrick Hyland uses an embedded thermogenerator to generate electricity.

Jeremy D. Williams
  • 6 october 2010

London designer, Patrick Hyland has developed a phone that charges using the heat in your pocket. The Nokia E-Cu has an embedded thermogenerator that converts heat from any source into energy to charge the phone.

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