MAKERphone Ringo LTE Standard Kit (Black) w/ Tools - Educational DIY Mobile Phone, Arduino Compatible ESP32 Microcontroller

Regular price $299.99

Ringo MAKERphone 4G LET Version Ringo MAKERphone is an open-source mobile phone that you can build yourself. Besides that, MAKERphone is also an educational device shaped like a mobile phone compatible with all mobile networks up to 4G.

Its purpose: to motivate people to explore, learn and create something new in a fun and interesting way.

Who is this kit for?

An 11-year-old kid should be able to assemble a MAKERphone kit with a tiny bit of help from an adult.
Estimated build time: 5 hours.
Building the MAKERphone kit is just the beginning. After that, you'll spend numerous hours creating your own games and apps and experimenting with hardware.

What you'll learn with MAKERphone

- How to solder properly
- What are the basic electronic components and what are their functions
- What are micro-controllers and some basics of digital electronics
- How to program a micro-controller

Box Contents

- Ringo circuit board - the main board
- Ringo casing - multiple sheets of acrylic cut with the power of lasers
- 128*160 full colour TFT LCD
- 4G/LTE module
- Main microcomputer module
- Sound module
- Amplifier module
- Stick-on antenna
- 4GB Micro SD card
- A bag with other tiny electronic components such as push buttons and coloured button caps
- A pack of all necessary tools:
--- regular soldering iron and some solder
--- diagonal cutter pliers
--- regular screwdriver
--- a piece of insulating tape or some super-glue