A phone good enough to eat

  • Advertising
  • February 7, 2012
  • StopPress Team
A phone good enough to eat

Whispering sweet nothings just got a whole lot easier, but those with a sweet tooth might do best to avoid the Q-Pot phone, which is more than likely to cause users extreme chocaholic cravings every time they pull it out.

Only available in Japan, it is to be released as a special Valentine's Day edition smartphone, in a colour scheme called 'Bitter Choco'. The device even comes complete with a recharging station designed to resemble a chocolate box. Only 30,000 of the models will be produced by Sharp, running Android 2.3.

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Effies 2018: DDB shines golden, takes home Grand Effie and crowned Most Effective Agency of the Year

  • Awards
  • October 19, 2018
  • Georgina Harris
Effies 2018: DDB shines golden, takes home Grand Effie and crowned Most Effective Agency of the Year

Auckland’s Shed 10 was taken over by advertising and marketing folk last night, excited to celebrate the country’s most effective marketing campaigns at the 2018 NZ Effie Awards, organised by the Commercial Communications Council in association with TVNZ.

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