Nokia’s new Morph Concept Phone

Written by Pavan Kumar on March 10, 2008

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I was really struck with this video clip on youtube and just want to share that with you. This is a new concept phone from Nokia which uses nanotechnology. It is dust resistant and most importantly it is flexible and can change its shape. Whatever, lets wait for its release :jittery_tb:.

       

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These phones are just concept ones and will not release in reality, thats y they are said concept. :-)

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Oh, thank you Nirmal, I thought that the ‘concept’ phone is on Nokia’s workbench and undergoing development. The discussion on BrownBaron’s blog made me think so….

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That’s a cool concept phone. I was fortunate to work with a group that was allowed to see some of the original I-Phone concepts in 1990. I wonder how long before something like this will appear on the market.

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@Erik:
Its amazing to hear that, you had knowledge on iPhone concepts when I was just 3 years old… and now we can see the real iPhones, a gap of 18 years. Lets wait n see how Moore’s law is going to work here….

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