Nokia demos First Nanotechnology Concept Phone

Nokia demos First Nanotechnology Concept Phone
Adrian Lai
  • 26 february 2008

If you were at the opening of Design and the Elastic Mind at the Moma last weekend, you may have caught a glimpse of  new Nokia “Morph” concept phone. Developed by Nokia Research Center and the University of Cambridge, the device is part of Nokia’s vision to “reinvent the form and function of mobile devices.” Something like a cross between a Slap Rap bracelet and a Rubber band, the Morph is made of flexible nanotechnology that can be bent, folded, and twisted into radically different shapes, allowing for new applications, such as being worn around the wrist. On top of that, the concept device is self-cleaning and transparent throughout.

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