There isn’t much that separates one smartphone from another in today’s market because the majority of smartphones feature hardware and software that is relatively comparable to those of competitors. A few businesses, nevertheless, still wish to separate apart from the competition by providing cellphones with unique features. Check these eight smartphones that have such unusual features.
1. Samsung Galaxy Note Edge: Bent Screen
The side of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge features a screen. A tiny display that runs down the right body edge of the new smartphone and can show content separately from the main display. This strip, for instance, could show the time and date, stock quotes, messages, and other alerts. Even a game created specifically for this tiny display panel by Samsung.
2. LG G3: Laser-Focus Camera
The laser autofocus camera in the LG G3 marks the debut of this type of focusing technology in a smartphone. When taking an image, the best contrast levels can be recognised without the use of an LED flash by using a burst of low-power laser, which produces images that are as realistic as possible.
3. HTC One (M8): Two Rear Cameras
Only the HTC One (M8) has two cameras on the back of any smartphone in the world. Similar to how many other smartphones in today’s market can, the smaller rear camera’s function is to add depth to photographs. The HTC One (M8) can, however, add depth to any photograph it takes, even after it has been taken, in contrast to competitors. By taking a picture with the secondary rear camera even when you are only using the primary rear camera, the smartphone accomplishes this.
4. Amazon Fire Phone: Five Front Cameras
Five front cameras are present on Amazon’s first smartphone, the Fire Phone. While the four others, which are positioned in the phone’s four corners, scan the user’s eyes, the one situated just above the screen performs the conventional function. These four cameras can detect the user’s eyes in the dark thanks to infrared technology.
5. LG G Flex: Self-Healing Back
The only smartphone with a self-healing back is the LG G Flex. All scuff marks on a phone that has been dropped or scratched heal on their own.
6. Yotaphone: Built-In E-Reader
YotaPhone is a smartphone with an LCD screen on the front and an E-Ink display (often found on e-readers because it is safe for the eyes and uses little battery) on the back. The device can function as both a portable ebook reader and a second screen.
7. Nokia Lumia 1020: 41MP Camera
The smartphone with the highest resolution camera in the world has a 41MP sensor and is made by Nokia. This is the smartphone with the highest camera pixel count currently available. The same pixel count was also shared by another Nokia phone, the 808 PureView, which is no longer produced.
8. Gionee Elife S5.5: Thinnest body
When it comes to smartphones with the slimmest profiles, Gionee Elife S5.5 dominates the field. The smartphone has a 5-inch Full HD display and is only 5.5mm thick.
9. Motorola X Force: Shatterproof Display
The most vulnerable component of modern cellphones, despite being the most overlooked, is the display. However, Motorola eventually took notice of the brittle screen with the introduction of the Motorola X Force, the first smartphone in the world with a shatterproof display.
10. Jupiter IO 3: Smokable Phone
A US-based firm called Vaporcade introduced what is billed as the first smartphone that you can smoke, giving the concept of e-cigarettes an entirely new spin. A battery-operated vape and a button to control the heat and achieve a stronger pull are included with the Jupiter IO 3.