Experimental Phones

Whether it be adding larger screens or improving current designs, experimentation is key when dealing with cell phones. Continue reading for two futuristic examples. Click here for first picture in gallery.

Nokia Morph

The futuristic looking Nokia Morph can be transformed into just about any shape and more. With a nanotech-based shell, the device offers transparent electronics and self cleaning surfaces. Sleek and accomodating, this experimental phone combines advanced features with a flexible design.

Scroll Smartphone

Created by 13 Tech Design, the experimental Scroll Smartphone sports a touchscreen display, 10.0-megapixel camera, 1080p camcorder, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. That’s not all, it supposedly runs Windows Vista or XP for maximum versatility. While its size prevents the device from being truly portable, its features more than make up for the bulk.