It’s not everyday that you see a phone that can “bend and twist” at your command or transform a number of ways, so check out these incredible cell phone concepts of the future, as some just may become a reality sooner than you think.

BenQ-Siemens Transformer

At first glance, this may look like your typical Smartphone, but at the twist of the screen, it’s able to stand upright for the ultimate multimedia experience. [Source]

Pantech Pivot Point

Designed by Lunar Designs for Pantech, Pivot Point is a futuristic mobile phone concept, sporting a “swiveling screen that can be set up like an easel for easy typing.”

If it ever gets out of the design stage, the device is sure to be a hit with mobile TV and video-conferencing junkies

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NEC’s “Tag” Phone

NEC has just unveiled “Tag”, its next-generation cell phone concept. Available in white, black, or orange varities, this device boasts ‘”shape-memorizing” material — the tag will bend and twist at your command.’ Other specifications have not yet been released.[Source]

Pantech’s Flexus Mobile Phone

Pantech’s sleek “Flexus” mobile phone concept recently took home the iF Design Award for Excellence & Innovation. This handset boasts a “trackball and Moto PEBL-esque keypad.” Here’s what Nicholas Deleon has to say:

I take it I’m not the only one who would like to see this released, right? Because something that pretty deserves to be allowed to leaves it room every once and a while

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Fujitsu’s 4-way Slider Phone

Fujitsu’s 4-way slider phone concept features “a virtual keypad allowing it to display a pad appropriate to whichever way the keypad slides out: left, right, up or down.”

There are four buttons on the front which would make the machine very tempting as a music playback device. Indeed, there’s something of the iPod about the device, though we’re not saying this is the kit Apple’s going to unveil as the iPhone

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Nokia 888

Nokia’s remarkable 888 concept is ultrathin, lightweight, and very flexible. Powered by liquid battery, the 888 offers a touchscreen display.