Soon Mobile Airbag is coming to protect your expensive Smartphones.

Smartphones today are daily need of every individual. As the phones are becoming more and more sophisticated and expensive, there is a high chance you may drop it accidentally and regret later for being casual about your smartphone. Many times the most durable case is also not capable of protecting your phones from minor accidents. There is a good news for all the Smartphone geeks as soon a mobile airbag is coming to protect your smartphones.

A student named Philip Frenzel at Aalen University in Germany has created the mobile airbag (ADCase), a smartphone case which has an airbag that automatically deploys when the phone is accidentally dropped. It’s not currently available for purchase, but he has promised a Kickstarter campaign to launch soon.

Besides, phone manufacturers have been working hard to fix the cracked screens problem, and the few ideas that leaked seem way better thought out than this. Apple, in particular, holds a patent for a really interesting airbag-like system.

As the Smartphones have reached up to a value of $1000 and above, mobile case manufacturers won’t have any problem in going ahead and making these interesting mobile cases.

Afterall, with Apple A11 bionic chips and Snapdragon 1000, mobile power is not less then Desktop processing power. And the ease of carrying smartphones is the strongest driving force to make the Mobile accessories market a sure success.

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2 thoughts on “Soon Mobile Airbag is coming to protect your expensive Smartphones.

  • July 3, 2018 at 3:08 pm

    File this under, “Why didn’t I think of that?” What a great idea!

    Thanks for sharing!

    • July 3, 2018 at 5:10 pm

      Thanks for sharing your valuable feedback😊


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