The phone accepts SIM cards, and will run on GSM networks allowing you to make and receive both voice calls and text messages. Of course, reading those texts may be a bit slow with its old-school calculator-style display (no retina display here), but it certainly gives the phone a nice retro look and feel. The phone will also store your contact list, display the time, and work as an alarm clock.
To build the phone, you need to buy a kit of parts on Github, then assemble them in the funky wooden case. Luckily, it's way bigger than an iPhone, so you won't drive yourself crazy trying to stuff all of those parts in.
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