When internet does not work, we all get annoyed and restless! But if you are a google chrome browser, you have an option to spend those few minutes playing a very simple yet engaging game. The chrome browser takes care of you even though major of its functionality is dependent on the availability of the internet, which is basically its fuel.
What if we can create something on the similar lines, for the times when a mobile phone gets switched off. Samsung has a huge market, and it is really very common, when a user is out travelling somewhere and the battery is exhausted. Sure we have battery saving modes, but as long as people have an option to choose, they are going to surf Instagram, browse the internet or watch videos on YouTube. And even if they don't, there always comes a time when they have a device which can do anything becomes nothing but a piece of brick until charged again.
Why can't we have a separate virtual(virtual segmentation of battery) or a physical battery, the big one being the primary one and a very tiny one that will only function when the mobile phone gets turned off!
Now to take care of these people like when chrome does when the fuel is exhausted, can we create a very low graphic game, that is designed to use very thin lines or dots as the interface to minimize the pixel usage and the capacitive touch is limited to just one button or if possible can be played by controlling the power or volume buttons.
So basically to create a very simple, minimalistic yet engaging game to help users get through the very common yet unaddressed problem.
And some absolute important functionalities that could run on the secondary battery would be GPS tracking and SOS.