Nokia Morph

Saturday, 17 September 2011 | posted in , | 0 comments

Nokia Morph - A concept phone with the use of nanotechnology

Nokia Research Centre (NRC) and the University of Cambridge have developed a nanotechnology concept device, called the Morph, which was introduced today. The new device will be on display in The Museum of Modern Arts (MoMA) in New York, from February 24 to May 12, 2008.

The Morph is intended to demonstrate the flexibility of future mobile devices, in regards to their shape and form allowing the users to transform them according to their preference. It also suggests that transparent electronics and self-cleaning surfaces might be what the future holds.

Parts (elements) of Morph could be commercially available for use in other mobile devices within 7 years. Due to the initial high price for manufacturing those, they will be suitable for high-end devices.

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