The world’s first cellphone pole, a mobile phone that can be easily hooked into a wall socket and plugged into a TV, is set to be installed in Taiwan.
The phone pole is made of metal and features a phone that uses a “Telephone” feature that allows a phone to be used to call a friend, call another phone, or to text someone.
The pole is the first step toward the world’s biggest mobile phone rollout, which is expected to take about a year.
The device will be able to make calls and text, and also can act as a hotspot for a phone in a home, allowing it to be automatically activated and activated without having to be plugged in to a wall outlet.
The first phone to come to market will be the iPhone 6S Plus.
The phone will be priced at NT$2,499 (US$1,499), which is roughly half the price of a regular phone.
Taiwan will also offer a limited-edition “phone pole” phone that will include a model of the phone that is only available to residents of the island, according to the Associated Press.