Nokia Aeon Concept Phone

Posted: Oct 9 2006, 1:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:06am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Nokia Aeon Concept Phone
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This is one cool looking concept phone from Nokia called the Aeon. Digital Tech News has this and two other pics of the Aeon posted on their site. This is one cool looking phone that has a full surface LCD screen.

It seems that the entire surface of the phone will be one giant LCD (giant for a portable phone anyway). While I admit that the phone looks cool, no word whatsoever on if the phone will ever come to market is offered.I have to wonder how durable it will be to have the entire surface of the phone be a LCD display. Nonetheless, this is one of the coolest concepts I have seen in a long time and if they throw some tech like this into a clamshell design like the Razr, I can see the full surface LCD working. shop for your own Nokia phone here.

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