i dont think thats possible...noone with the great brain make it to happen...settle with what we have today...thanks...just my opinion
Now tell me what would Steve Ballmer and that iPhone guys thinking after seeing this Morphine :)
This phone is the pinnacle of mobile phone technology, as a working concept it is both astounding and a rare glimpse of what the future holds. I for one will happily wait the 5-10 years this sort of technology will take to come to the market.
This is a working concept... I actually saw this in MOMA in NYC last week!!!
Right, firstly this is a CONCEPT - that means it's an idea, a vision, a dream of what the future COULD hold. Pontificating on how much it'll cost and when it'll be available is pointless - it's theorectical material basis is nanotechnology which is nowhere near advanced enough to handle this to produce a test unit never mind a mass produced ready to market product. That's without even considering the issues that using nanotechnology raises - such as the "grey goo" question - Wikipedia will help you with this if your not sure what it is.
Yes - it's a beautiful looking concept but it is just that. This phone isn't going to be around (if at all) for many, many years yet. So as lovely as it is to dream, it is just that - a dream. Spend your hard earned cash in the here and now instead.xx
its a stunning insight of what the future may hold for the mobile world
still i doubt that this will ever hit the high streets i mean im not saying the technology wont but the fact that this is a concept handset means that it will have cost a lot of money to produce and that theres na way that nokia are targetingthe uber spenders in the market leave that to virtu
it would be nice to see what this can do and how it actually works!
Intrasting , how much it is going to cost. Probably again 300, 400, or more.... Hm it is sad.
To the people asking how much is it and when's it coming out. Its a CONCEPT do you know what that means. So if you wanna know how much its worth. Well if it really would but I doubt very much it does your looking at around 10millions dollars. Now they just have to find a company that can make a camera with a lens that bends and pritty much anything else they put into it is gonna need to bend. So this thing is a looong way off.
I'm going to New York in 2 motnths time and i will definatley be visiting the museum to look at this as I work for one of the networks, and I'm interested to see more details about what the future could bring :)