Ditch the Apps! AI Assistant Promises All-in-One Smartphone Experience

Deutsche Telekom is showcasing a concept AI phone at Mobile World Congress (MWC) that uses an AI assistant to replace the need for apps. This AI assistant can understand user goals and complete tasks without requiring users to open individual apps.


  • Deutsche Telekom's T Phone uses a generative AI interface powered by Brain.ai.
  • This AI assistant can predict and perform user tasks based on their goals, eliminating the need for individual apps.
  • The concept will be demonstrated at MWC on the T Phone and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 Reference Design.
  • This approach is similar to the Rabbit R1, a $199 handheld device that uses AI to replace apps.
  • The T Phone's AI assistant does not yet have a release date.


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