Mamorino Cell Phone Keeps Youngsters in Japan Safe

Mamorino908724523-thumb-550x456-26445According to Dvice, in Japan it’s not uncommon for young children to walk the streets alone. Kids ages 6 and 7 can even be found traveling on the trains by themselves. In response to this, a new mobile phone called Mamorino has been developed. This mobile phone for kids also doubles as a child safety device with a GPS system that lets parents remotely track where their kids are at all times. In the U.S. there are plenty of cell phones that let you track someone via GPS, but what makes these phones especially unique is the fact that they have been designed for very young kids from the ground up.
(Via Dvice)