SponsoredThis Is What the New Shellphone Looks LikeStudio@Gawker12/19/11 11:59amFiled to: MysteriesGizmodoHeadlineAdvertisementEditInvite manuallyPromoteDismissUndismissHideShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink After months of rumors and speculation, the Shellphone has finally made a splashy arrival in the U.S.—and as you can see in the unboxing video above, someone has got their hands on one. The video is brief (rumor has it that the creator received a surprise visit from some grouchy folks from Cupertino) but from what can be seen, the Shellphone looks to be impressive. Here are some initial thoughts: It can be difficult to get a team of designers and engineers to collaborate, but the creators of the Shellphone seem to have come up with a seamless user interface and end-to-end experience.Yes, man-made Gorilla glass is becoming the standard bearer these days, but the coating on the Shellphone looks like it has been millions of years in the making. No other tech currently out there uses 100% natural materials.By now you've heard about the new Sea G network, and it apparently lives up to the hype: the guy in the video mentions that service is so clear you can almost hear the sea calling.No need to stress about any death-grip-related issues with the Shellphone, because it has no antenna. But the service you get is still totally uninterrupted.While other phones boast artificial intelligence, everything the Shellphone has to say actually makes sense. Bottom line? The Shellphone is a game changer unlike any other device on the market. Head here for more information on the company that just released it into the world.