Kyocera’s concept phone

Kyocera’s concept phone
Apr 19th, 2009

Kyocera's concept phone

While I am on the topic of devices here lately, I thought it would be interesting to share with you Kyocera’s concept phone, the Eos.  It uses an OLED display that can be bent and folded into the size of a wallet.  Now, we have been talking about nearly-paper thin folding phones for years, but I think once we get past the barriers with e-paper we’re going to start seeing phones that fit in wallets.  Maybe the Napkin PC isn’t too far off after all?  Bring this all full circle, when designing your next website, consider the medium in which it will be used two, five, or even ten years from now.


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Nick Finck is a user experience professional who has dabbled in the web for over a decade. He specializes in information architecture, interaction design, usability and user research. Read more

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