This isn’t a bamboo case for your Android.
This is an Android phone built with a bamboo back.
Here’s a closer look:
This is the ADzero, a smartphone with a four-year old, organically grown bamboo unibody shell. It was designed by British student Kieron-Scott Woodhouse, a final-year product design student at Middlesex University. After his concept designs were spotted online, the 23 year old was approached to help design a real device. The Android-powered phone is built with an eye on sustainability, but isn’t scrimping on the technical: its packing a camera with a reportedly unique ring-flash that encircles the lens.
I wonder how practical it is to have a smartphone built to last, when the insides will be outdated in a matter of months?