Flexible phones are certainly the future, as is the device below, created by John Kwan and based on an axis and flaps that open up on the sides. These flaps open and create a display, probably a touchscreen one, but there’s also the possibility of gesture control support.



There’s a navigational segment at the lower centre side of the phone and a camera at the top, plus the device looks well enough to be your futuristic handset of choice. I wonder if it handles web browsing as neatly as portrayed above.


[via Concept Phones]

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