The student of robotics who made an altered iPhone with a port of USB-C in the previous year has come back with an Android phone that is supplied with the Lightning port of an Apple.
On a Friday in the clip on YouTube, graduate student Ken Pillonel displayed a Samsung Galaxy A51 that had its USB-C port altered with a working Lightning port. “And data is also braced,” following Pillonel, who explored the port sending the files from a connected Personal Computer.
Pillonel, who is studying at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, was chosen for making the Lighting port-Android smartphone as a “Tongue-in-Cheek” project for fun. “After making the first USB-C iPhone, he made a plan for balancing things out,” Pillonel claimed in the video.
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He also anticipates his project to embrace some hate and abhorrence, probably because there is no real request and order for adding the Lightning port of Apple to Android smartphones. Rather, there is been a significant push in Europe to compel all smartphone manufacturers, including Apple, for adopting the USB-C port as a common method for charging, clarifying the requirement for cutting down on electronic waste.
As consequence, Pillonel forces the viewers not to “take it too soberly. We also waited to upload this on the 1st of April. Therefore, if you are glancing over the angry and rubbish comments, let them aware that they are the April fool ;)”
Pillonel also makes plans for posting another video filing the steps he had taken for altering the Samsung Galaxy A51 along with the Lightning port. Meanwhile, the video he had posted on Friday claims that it was an arduous process that is concerned using a 3D printer and altering internal components of the Android phone utilizing some tools and a microscope.