• 2 in 1 mobile phone or Bluetooth Handset
• SIM Free & unlocked
• Up to 1 month standby time
• Up to 14 hours talking time
• Play music through loudspeaker on the phone
• Micro SD card slot for you music
• Store 300 contacts on your phone
• 16 melodiesStamina
With 1-3 months of standby power, you’ll never have to bring your phone charger to the restaurant with you again.
Built-in speakers allow you to play music via Bluetooth, SD card or even FM radio. Have you seen the antenna?
With The Brick’s handy flashlight, you’ll never get lost in the dark again…unless you want to.
Conduct important business calls poolside, without placing your expensive smartphone in harm’s way.
Forget today’s trendy "games" and get reacquainted with the ultimate test of thumb-eye coordination.
Bluetooth and SIM Ready
The Brick works as a Bluetooth accessory, compatible with iOS and Android phones. This means that it can act for your current phone and place/receive calls from your mobile number. Sick of the demands of being constantly connected? Would you rather just wait until you get home to creep Facebook, like they did in the olden days? You can make the Brick your primary phone, too – just insert your SIM card and you’re ready to rock.
Not Just A Conversation Starter
There’s more to The Brick than its ruggedly good looks. The phone offers many practical features, like a built-in flashlight, FM radio, and a battery life that puts any smartphone’s stamina to shame. In fact, the Brick Power can even charge your mobile device! At a fraction of the price of a conventional smartphone, the Brick makes a handy, less valuable proxy if you’re going to a beach, concert, or raucous night on the town.
Keep It Simple, For A Change
Touchscreens, fingerprint scanners, filters, apps…hasn’t it all gotten a little superfluous? Whatever happened to the good old days, when you used your mobile to make or receive a call? The Brick isn’t trying to be everything to everyone. It’s a sturdy handset with an iconic style, harkening warm memories of the early ’90s – when ‘updating your status’ meant buying a new pair of hi-tops or sporting a fade.