It's not a real phone. But how do you think it might be made using existing technology?
Aside from the actual phone itself, my money's on carbon nanotube components in a layered configuration:
1. Phone 2, 3. CNT components.
But the manufacture time for CNT components would probably be too long to be practical.
Faktrl is Best Pony
10th September 2007
That's an interesting looking phone. I never really cared that much for flashy phones that had a billion apps though; I only need a phone that has a good plan and gets good reception. Like this:
"I'd shush her zephyr." ~ Zephyr.
I have an HTC Kaiser. Personally, I wouldn't buy that concept phone if it were real though. Brewing a coffee or shaving with it would probably drain the battery pretty sharpish.