Fess up. Who doesn't have fond childhood memories of playing with Lego? My own recollection of the building blocks harken back to a fascination with constructing Lego handguns, though fortunately for my parents that latent violence remained inert. Many have since gone on in adulthood to worship the cult of Lego.
Now it seems he'll be able to get hold of a Lego phone to match the stand. Boy Genius Report has a leaked slide of an actual Lego Phone that's been, quite literally, assembled by Lego, Alcatel, and Digital Blue. Odd as it may seem, it looks like a product we could actually see.
Not surprisingly, the face plates on the phone are detachable, with everything more or less modular, just like the building blocks. Beyond that, we know only that it'll be priced at $20-$60, at a price more suited to wee pockets under the Lego-centric electronics program aimed at kids, which will include an MP3 player, walkie-talkie, and digital camera. Hopefully, we might even catch a glimpse of the Lego Phone at Mobile World Congress next week.
(Via Crave Asia)