After the USB-Cs iPhone, it is now the first Android phone with a Lightning port


It was committed by the same guy who made a fortune with the USB-Cs iPhone.

An interesting treat for the fall season was that a Swiss college student, Ken Pillonel, carved his own USB-C port into an iPhone X, making it the world’s first such apple device. He eventually managed to sell the historic cell phone for the price of an apartment, and another person has since entered the “market,” but he has broken the project a lot less.

It could also be that Pillonel preferred not to go into the serial production of USB-Cs iPhones, but turned the concept around and this time enchanted Apple’s Lightning connector into an android model.

The subject was a Samsung Galaxy A51, and as the video below demonstrates, the port is not only physically incorporated into the phone, but is also perfectly used for charging and data transfer. The Engadgetdeclaring to them the maker revealed that the attempt was both an April prank and an attempt to make up for the “chaos” created with the USB-Cs iPhone.

However, the implementation proved to be tricky, as Apple’s cable only works with the manufacturer’s devices, so it had to be beaten to recognize Samsung’s mid-range model as an iPhone, and the DIY structure had to fit into the case. Overall, however, Pillonel found this project easier, as he had improved a lot on his own and did not set the bar as high as the USB Cs on the iPhone X.

And what will be the fate of Samsung in Frankfurt? The maker says he has no plans to sell it because he was already in trouble at the previous auction due to the plethora of camouflage bidders.

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Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.

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