The Estar Takee 1 bills itself as the World’s First Holographic Smartphone

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Amazon grabbed people’s attention with the Fire phone, and it’s 3D interface was intriguing if gimmicky. Turns out they aren’t the only company with holographic dreams, as the Estar Takee 1 has just popped up and bills itself as the first holographic smartphone in the world.

The Takee 1 sports four front-facing snappers that track your eyes to in order to produce a…. wait a minute, sounds like we’ve heard that before. It is essentially running the same setup as the Fire phone and the company claims their device can do everything Amazon’s can, but better if the video they posted is to be believed.


We’re not sure you’ll be able to see a mushroom cloud bloom off the screen, but we would be the first in line to buy one if that’s possible. Some of the features shown off include the ability to swipe fruit (above the device) in a Fruit Ninja type of game, and the ability to answer calls while the caller appear hovering above the screen like a mini Obi-wan.

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The Takee 1 isn’t a slouch in the specs department either. The device will have a 5.5-inch FHD display coupled with an octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM and a 13MP snapper. A 2500mAh battery will keep the lights on, and you’ll be able to pick one up in black, white or in limited edition 18k gold. Not solid, we’re assuming accents, but stranger things have happened.


Again, if they have actually pulled this off, our money will be headed their way faster than a Nolan Ryan heater. Chances are you’ll be the only one able to view the holographic images, but there is an odd looking accessory they attach to the device that may bring the magic to a wider audience. Needless to say, we know next to nothing at this point aside from the video has shown us as pricing and availability are up in the air.

Via – GforGames  Source: Takee, Sina

Adam is a tech aficionado and Android enthusiast. When he's not checking out new tech, you can find him playing poker or binge-watching shows on Netflix.