The Samsung Alias 2 may be a dumbphone, but it's got one feature that (kinda!) sets it apart: It unfolds into landscape and portrait configurations, and uses the same keypad in both. How?
We heard about this flip-flopping followup to the uninspiring Alias 1 back in March, but without video or any kind of descriptive info, weren't sure about how its vaunted dynamic keyboard would work. Turns out, as revealed by Howardforums user JenJen, it's pretty simple, and not too exciting. The keys are partitioned in a fixed grid, and display different labels depending on the device's orientation.