Called the PaperPhone, this high-tech handset is unlike any other in that it features a bendable interface, thanks to an E-Ink display. That’s right, “the epaper sheet, which uses the same e-Ink technology found in the Amazon Kindle ereader, is just millimetres thick and can be used to make phone calls, read ebooks and play music.” Video after the break.

The PaperPhone is flexible and can be controlled by being bent, written on or used as a touchscreen. The PaperPhone, built to determine how people use a flexible device, is a collaboration between researchers from Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, Arizona State University, USA, researchers from the E-Ink Corporation.

[via Telegraph]