Called the 'HumanForm', the teardrop-shaped device replaces buttons with taps, gestures and bends.

This concept phone from Nokia, known as ‘HumanForm', was created to translate the mobile company's most promising new nanotechnologies into meaningful user experiences and set goals for future product portfolios that turn them into real devices for consumers. The phone's kinetic user interface enables natural interactions, and the lack of buttons, conventional design or a dedicated screen is made up for with tap, gesture and bend controls, a futuristic teardrop shape, and the whole device functioning as a display.

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