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Samsung starts official smartphone upcycling program – Ars Technica

Users can now try the “beta” program to repurpose old devices.

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  • Samsung’s upcycling program can turn an old smartphone into an audio baby monitor.
  • Oh no! The baby is crying.
  • The monitor can alert your other, newer Samsung phones.
  • This one is a light sensor.
  • It’s sundown, so it turns the lights on. Fido doesn’t have to sit in the dark.

Samsung on Wednesday kicked off something genuinely innovative in the smartphone market: an official consumer upcycling program. Samsung’s “Galaxy Upcycling at Home” initiative was…

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