Why This 'Ghost Phone' should be your next smartphone!

By Sachin

    You are traveling in a train, enjoying your music and texting your friends (or someone closer). But you can feel someone right beside you or behind you staring at the screen. Trying to invade your privacy.

    Why This 'Ghost Phone' should be your next smartphone!

    But what if you could hide the whole home screen and everything from outsiders while it's visible only to you. You could be seeing all your apps, messaging your friends, or even making a call. While everyone else will be watching you use a phone with nothing but a blank white screen.

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    Why This 'Ghost Phone' should be your next smartphone!

    The Ghost Phone

    The Ghost Phone, brainchild of Turkish inventor Celal Goger, is a new phone that can be used by special techniques. It works with an iPhone that has a secondary screen. The inventor plans to call it the C.Goger I.

    Why This 'Ghost Phone' should be your next smartphone!

    Quick build

    The amazing efforts of the inventor helped to make one successful Ghost Phone in 4 months. Celal also hopes to make the phone available for everyone if funding is provided.

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    Why This 'Ghost Phone' should be your next smartphone!

    Extra feature

    The option of hiding the screen contents are on by default for now, but the Turkish inventor wants to keep this feature as an optional for all customers. They can turn it on and off with the power button and soon be able to use their phones while people stay confused.

    Why This 'Ghost Phone' should be your next smartphone!

    How does it work?

    In the first Ghost Phone that has been successfully invented, it uses an additional screen on the iPhone that appears white to the whole world. But how would the owner of the phone see the contents? With a chip implanted in the wearer's glasses, the phone communicates with the chip and allows only the wearer to see the screen.


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