Flexible Screen Phone by Nokia

This is Nokia Morph and I’m sure you’ve heard of it. In short, a concept phone that is 100% flexible, seemingly impossible. Here, however, the Finns show that have already made the first concrete step and had a patent for flexible display for mobile devices.


Morph Concept – Flexible Screen Phone by Nokia

And other major manufacturers (Sony, Samsung) have revealed similar concepts (even prototypes), but the big question is what will make the whole device can be deformed and integrate specific features in the different forms it will take. Nokia predicts that in 2015 will appear this phone. Increase in working time.


Morph Concept – Flexible Screen Phone by Nokia


Nokia Morph Concept – video

In one embodiment the pre-specified shape is also associated with a movement. As a pre-specified shape is detected and followed by the detection of a pre-specified movement an associated function is executed.“

“FIG. 10a shows a device having been bent to resemble a can, possibly used to hold beer or soda. A search will thus be performed for a bar or a pub either a specific franchise or any bar or pub in the neighborhood.


Morph Concept – Flexible Screen Phone by Nokia

FIG. 10b shows a device having been bent to resemble a bowl. A search will thus be performed for a restaurant either a specific franchise or any restaurant in the neighborhood.

FIG. 10c shows a device having been bent to resemble a roof or a tent. A search will thus be performed for a hotel, motel or guest house either a specific franchise or any hotel, motel or guesthouse in the neighborhood.
Source: GoRumours

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