A Peek At The First Transparent Smartphone [Video]

A Peek At The First Transparent Smartphone [Video]
technology

Polytron Technologies' prototype device features switchable glass, which uses liquid crystal molecules and an electric current to generate a display.

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 february 2013

Taiwan-based electronic and optical glass specialists Polytron Technologies are working on a transparent smartphone. Mobile Geeks traveled to take a look at the prototype device.

It uses switchable glass, which contains liquid crystal molecules and an electric current to generate a smartphone display. There is no software running on the prototype as its main goal is to showcase the hardware.

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