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10. 06. 2008

Fujitsu's new phone idea lets you flip out (and put it together again)

Japan's CEATEC technology exhibition kicked off last week and one of the prototype technologies to get a lot of attention for its innovative design is this new Fujitsu phone:


Instead of the old idea of a phone being a slider, chocolate bar or clamshell design, this phone would be all three, allowing users to flip it out in any direction they choose, as well as to separate the two component pieces altogether (without breaking it!) The two parts of the phone are held together by magnets and I think it looks both gorgeous and ingenious.

Via Textually.

Posted by Diane    Category: cell phones
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