Pomegranate is a powerful hand held phone that going to kick on the ass of iPhone. I just got the link to Pomegranate on Twitter in John Reese’s Twit. Design is stunning and eye catchy. I’m sure gadget lovers gonna be crazy about this stuff.
These are some interesting stuffs I need to point out
Global Voice Translator
It translates 50 Languages. Say you wanna speak with your French friend, all you need to do is speak on this phone on English, and it’ll automatically translate and speak out in French for your friend from the speaker in the rear. You French friend can do the same thing.
Most of us are still wondered about web based translation tool. Obviously it’s an awesome feature. Personal translator got a real big problem. In near future political leaders can bring this phone instead of a beautiful translator lady.
Shave while you travel
There is a razer attached to the phone. You don’t have to spend time on wash-room to shave your beard. You can do it while you’re on the run. Ladies can use it to shave the hairs on the hands and legs.
Shave and talk while you on the street. Cool huh?
Watch Movies with Pomegranate
You can use your Pomegranate phone as a projector and watch movies and TV shows in you home. It’ll bring Home theater experience to you and your family.
Also you can use this projector feature for your business purpose such as showing presentation etc.
Make Coffee with your Pomegranate
OMG you can now even make coffee with your phone. All you need to do is insert a flavor to your phone and use the phone and it’ll suck the water inside and make you a coffee.
You can play music with your phone. When you’re tired and stressed you can play music, as you play mouth organ.
Doesn’t it ring bell? Yes exactly they are fooling us by showing this wonderful site. Lol 😀 It took some time for me to find this out. Its your time to fool your friend.
So what is this? Well, it’s not a mobile device. It’s an advertisement for Nova Scotia…
The Pomegranate phone is part of the Nova Scotian government’s “Come to Life” viral marketing campaign. Nova Scotia has been criticized for spending $300,000 on the ad campaign, though the website received around 150,000 hits after a month, and they are considering it to be very successful.
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