Researchers from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada, have built a prototype smartphone that is paper-thin and bendable.
It uses a very thin e-ink display and does pretty much everything a smartphone does, except in black and white. The phone can respond to bending actions to do things like go to the next page in a document.
Obviously this is still a lab prototype so don’t expect to see it on store shelves tomorrow, but this is still very cool.
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