It differs by its ‘screen,’ a grid of pins that moves vertically to form braille letters that the blind can read.
“We have created the world’s first Braille smartphone,” Sumit Dagar, creator of the phone said. “This product is based on an innovative ‘touch screen’ which is capable of elevating and depressing the contents it receives to transform them into ‘touchable’ patterns.”
“The response during the test has been immense. It comes out as a companion more than a phone to the user. We plan to do more advanced versions of the phone in the future,” Dagar adds.