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P-Per Cellphone Concept is too Perfect to be True

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Those fellows at the Chocolate Design Agency have come up with another smashing concept. This time they have gone to work on creating the best phone, ever. The design is modeled around the same E-Paper Slap Bracelet we saw earlier, but this time the e-paper system—four layers of sustainable material, and an Organic Radical battery—is put to use in the P-Per cellphone concept, which shows a transparent display for camera mode and a browser that spans the entire surface of the display. Checkout the video after the jump to see what all the fuss is about.

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Illustration for article titled P-Per Cellphone Concept is too Perfect to be True

Frankly, it looks better than anything we have ever seen. It looks better than the iPhone. It looks better than a Vertu. Hell, it even looks better than a lovechild that resulted due to an illicit relationship between an iPhone and a Vertu, which subsequently underwent plastic surgery to work out any gold-clad imperfections. We want. [Swongled]

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acemonster
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@stre:

Oh.. ok cool. So then, I could say that this new phone has the ability to transform itself into a hammer, which I would then use to smash you over the head with for making snide comments. Cool - I'll take two. . .

Dude, I know its a concept. I was just addressing the issues that many will be addressing if/when the phone is to be made. Who knows ... e-paper may still be a way off. But I'm sure powering the damn thing will be the most difficult task. Fact is, many people now-a-days want a phone with great standby time and a slim profile. Not many want to be bothered by a thick brick in their bags/pants. So, if the demand is for thin, long-lasting phones that are feature rich, then let the companies hear about it! Ergo, my previous comment.