Malata Dada X6 is a New Handset Without an Earpiece, Uses Display Vibrations to Generate Call Sound
I can’t say I’m shocked by the fact that the Malata Dada X6 phone uses its screen for voice call sounds and gives up the earpiece in the process. I’ve seen this technology before, on the Sharp AQUOS Crystal. In case you haven’t heard about Malata, know they’re a pretty respected OEM for the tablets they make.
In spite of the fact the device is promoted as a world’s first, it’s certainly not. The idea of using vibrations that go through human bone to generate sound is not new and it has been tried before. The phone also comes with a waterproof and dustproof functionality and it offers high definition acoustics. This model measures 9.99 mm in thickness, weighs 126 grams and packs a 5 inch TFT display. Malata Dada X6 runs Android 4.4.2 on top of a 1.3 GHz quad core processor.
Specs also include 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of storage, a microSD card slot and the design of the device is pretty basic to me. It also features a back cam flash, a top back side speaker and it comes in blue or white as the colours of choice. I wonder if there’s any harm to the human tissue associated with this tech… This model has already been approved by the Chinese FCC, TENAA.