This “Eclipse Design Phone”, as envisioned by Rune Larsen, features only the bare necessities: an illuminated keypad and a display that conveniently slides into the case when not in use. No word yet on if this concept will hit stores. Here’s what Gizmodo has to say:

This makes us wonder. Are people actually interested in higher megapixel counts, more memory, more connectivity, more media playback, and more everything in their phones? Or do they only want one like this, simple and for phone-use only? What’s your reasoning for each?

[via Gizmodo]

This “Eclipse Design Phone”, as envisioned by Rune Larsen, features only the bare necessities: an illuminated keypad and a display that conveniently slides into the case when not in use. No word yet on if this concept will hit stores. Here’s what Gizmodo has to say:

This makes us wonder. Are people actually interested in higher megapixel counts, more memory, more connectivity, more media playback, and more everything in their phones? Or do they only want one like this, simple and for phone-use only? What’s your reasoning for each?

[via Gizmodo]