Is the Light Phone 2 the ultimate device to disconnect whilst staying connected?

The Light Phone 2, which will retail for $350, measures less than four inches in length, weighs 78 grams, and comes in two colors (black and light gray). It has a 2.84-inch E Ink touch display, Bluetooth capabilities, and a battery that supports two hours of talk time and 13 days standby.

The Verge have put up a review of Light Phone’s aptly named second edition, the Light Phone 2.

The phone is a minimalist’s dream, designed to allow you to stay connected but also not be at the same time. The phone only has three functions, with the ability to make calls, send text messages and set an alarm.

Units have begun shipping to the phone’s Kickstarter backers, but the general public can now pre-order their own for what is a slightly hefty price of US$350.

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Source: Light Phone 2: the high hopes of the low-tech phone – The Verge

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