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The problem with most cell phones these days is that the screens are just too small. Kyocera's EOS aims to fix that. Boasting a "flexible OLED display that lets you fold it up like a wallet [and ]shape-memory buttons that pop out from their flush position right when you need them." Continue reading for one more picture.

The kicker is its kinetic energy power, working like a self-winding watch to keep it perpetually in the juice. Either that or you have to work it like an old-timey Pitcher Pump just to make a phone call.
[via Dvice]









This entry was posted on 04/17/2009 01:00am and is filed under Cell Phones, Concept .
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