Eye Is Another iPhone Case That Allows You Run Android and iOS Together

Over the years, we’ve seen quite a number of projects that tends to allow iPhone users have a feel of the Android world. There is the MESUIT and there is this other one.

I mean, instead of having to carry an iPhone and an Android phone together, you could just use a case.

Eye iPhone case big and small

However, so far, the Eye iPhone Case seem to be the most advanced I’ve seen thus far. As you know, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus both came with no headphone Jack. Thankfully, instead of having to use the lightening adapter, the eye case could get you sorted out.

Eye iPhone Case Specifications

The Eye iPhone Case as earlier mentioned, isn’t the first iPhone Case to bring Android to iPhones. However, it stands as the most advanced I’ve personally heard of.

Eye iPhone case specs

The specs are also pretty decent. As a quick intro, Entrepreneur Joseph Savion and his company, ESTI are behind the eye case.

Having cleared that of the way, the eye iPhone Case features 5-inch 1080p AMOLED display powered by a quad-core 2.3GHz RAM Cortex-A53 ) processor. Alongside is a 1.60GHz quad-core cortex-A53. 2800mAH battery, headphone Jack. Runs Android 7.1 Nougat under the hood.

Eye iphone case features

There’s also a MicroSD card slot supporting up to 256GB card, dual SIM slots and wireless charging.

Currently, the company is seeking funding on kickstarter. Funding are in two versions; one with cellular connectivity and the other without.

Regarding pricing, the eye iPhone Case is expected to sell for $189 for the regular version, and $229 for the LTE-supported version. Early adopters however, can get the regular version for $95 and $129 for the cellular supported version.

How Eye iPhone Case Works?

First, the iPhone case is available for the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, iPhone 7 and the 7 plus.

A video has been published and it gives an insight on how it works. You can watch below:

In summary, Android works on the iPhone case while iOS still retains it’s position on the phone itself. Meaning, you can run both Android and iOS at same time. Cool huh?

Samuel is a Tech Enthusiast who loves to explore everything that concerns Tech. Most of his explorations and guides, he shares via this platform. He studied Computer Science and prefers being simply called Sammy! 😉