It's still only a prototype, but the "Paxo Phone" designed by Gabriel Rochet, a high school student just 17 years old, is a small revolution.

Placed under the sign of sobriety, it does not have a camera and does not host social networks, but it allows you to make calls, send messages and use essential applications.

For a price of between 50 and 100 euros, it allows its users to make it their own: the software is open source, the device can be dismantled and repaired by anyone, and personal data is protected.

A refreshing initiative as the elite of global telephony gather in Barcelona for the opening of the Mobile Show on February 26.