NTT DoCoMo in Japan has teamed up with Sharp, having introduced limited quantity of a chocolate bar-shaped Android smartphone known as the Q-Pot Chocolate Bar smartphone, which is to be released as a special smartphone for the Valentine’s day. The chocolate bar-shaped handset was designed by Tadaaki Wakamatsu and is intended to help you get your chocolate fixed while you answer the phone.
The handset has an official name SH-04D, which belongs to NTT DoCoMo’s “With” series of collaborative phone designs. It runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and comes pre-loaded with lots of chocolate-themed games and wallpapers.
The handset also comes included with a Chocobed – a charging station that’s been designed to look like a chocolate box.
Only 30,000 units of this chocolate bar-shaped Android phone will be made and each costs a hefty price tag of $520 each.