Posted November 06, 2019 11:19:03Aussie smartphone maker Phandroid is launching its latest iPhone smartphone in the US and Europe.
The company says its new device will allow you to speak to your iPhone, text or email using the same voice interface that you use on your Android smartphone.
The device has a microphone, NFC technology and a camera that allows it to record and capture video of the person who is talking to you.
The app can be used on Android phones running Android Marshmallow or Android 7.0 Nougat.
It can also be used with any other iPhone or Android device.
It can be purchased for $299.99.
It is a major step for the Australian company as it has been struggling to find a way to make a smartphone with a touchscreen that has been able to compete with the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
The phone is designed to look and feel similar to a tablet.
However, the company says the phone can be folded up to fit in a pocket.
Its main selling point is that the phone will be able to make calls with a voice command.
The company said the phone was built by “some of the world’s leading smartphone designers” and had “some serious tech”.
It was designed to be a smartphone to get the job done.
“We are excited to bring this innovative technology to the world,” Phandroid CEO and co-founder Sam Nairn said in a statement.
There are currently more than 30,000 iPhone models available to buy and only 1.1 million Android phones available to purchase.
The phones will launch later this year.