Nokia's Morph Concept Phone
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Captain's Log Supplemental Stardate -315155.04
Nokia recently announced a new concept phone based on nanotechnology. The concept phone is stretchable and flexible and can be molded into different shapes.
Nokia's new Morph concept phone would use nanotechnology to give it a flexible body with a transparent display that could be re-shaped depending on the user's needs, a far cry from today's solid and chunky devices. Even the electronics inside it would be transparent and flexible, so the whole phone may be twisted and stretched into bracelet shapes or tablet form, and nanotech cleverness means it would even clean itself.
Developed in cooperation with Cambridge University, this glimpse of a distant future is now on display at the MoMA in New York.
*Computer end log*
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