The guys behind the Amazon Kindly display have been busy as of late, and one of the fruits of their labor is a new flexible touch-enabled display. And to prove just how useful this new technology is, they've come up with the PaperPhone concept. It's a working smartphone prototype that's wickedly thin. In addition to the now common touch and gestures controls, this can also be programmed to respond to specific bends (e.g. bend the corner to navigate a menu). Cool, right? It's probably still a long way to go before we see this tech hit the consumer mobile phone market, but it's a good preview of some of the new treats we might be in for down the road. Check out the source below for a video of it in action.
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