Nokia shows off "Morph" concept phone

By on February 26, 2008, 10:17 AM
Nokia and the University of Cambridge are sharing their vision for the cell phone of the future by showing off a new stretchable and flexible device called “Morph.” The new concept phone, which is made using nanotechnology, boasts the ability to bend into almost any shape a user could think of.

Nokia says the concept device demonstrates handset features that nanotechnology might be capable of delivering, including flexible materials, transparent electronics, and self-cleaning surfaces. Of course, the actual technology required to put this together is still years away, though Nokia believes that certain elements of the device could be used in high-end Nokia devices within the next seven years. Check out a video of the concept device after the break.





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icye said:
and I'm sure there be flying cars too by the time this stuff comes out. -sarcasm-
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