10 Reasons Why Transparent Phones Would be Great

Date: 2020-03-13 17:00:16


What are the most unusual mobile phones ever? Remember the old days when manufacturers used to try to come up with something new? As a result, phones often used to look weird. Nowadays, tech companies are still trying to sell you the next big thing every other day. Phones, in particular, go through a lot of new ideas, and some proposals don’t always end up working out.

For example, we all agree that one of the limitations of smartphones is the screen size. Tablets and laptops are bigger but less convenient. Projectors seemed like an obvious solution. The first phones with this built-in feature rolled out back in 2010, but never really took off… But there were many other phone concepts that didn’t, can’t, or aren’t likely to hit the mainstream.

Optical zoom camera phones 0:24
Early gaming phones 1:05
Integrated Bluetooth headsets 1:44
3D displays 2:20
Transparent phones 3:02
Gamepads 3:45
Built-in projectors 4:19
Dual-screen phones 4:55
Tablets 5:37
Slide-out keyboards 6:19
The social media phone 6:55
Clicking screens 7:35
News tickers 8:14

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Nokia Lumia 1020 vs. Nokia 808: By Kārlis Dambrāns,
LG Optimus 3D: By LG전자 ,
A flexible display: By U.S. Army RDECOM,
PlasticLogic flexible display: By Steve Jurvetson,
Sony Ericsson W810i: By Rich Niewiroski, CC BY 2.5 ,
Nokia E7: By Petr Zdražil, CC BY 3.0 ,
Nokia C6: By John Karakatsanis, CC BY-SA 2.0 ,
German Ogo: By permanentsolution, CC BY-SA 2.5 ,
CC BY-SA 3.0 :
Nokia 808: By Vlado.grv,
The N93i: By Davek92,
HTC EVO 3D: By Crazymouseftw,
PaperPhone (2011): By Superdiddly,
Motorola MILESTONE: By Shritwod,
Nokia N97: By 3dh3m,
N900: By Ianaré Sévi,
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