Flexible phone made from electronic paper to debut



PaperPhone, Queen's University, Canada

The PaperPhone is used by being bent or written upon.

A prototype flexible smartphone made of electronic paper has been created by Canadian researchers.

The PaperPhone can do all the things bulkier smartphones can do such as make and take calls, send messages, play music or display e-books.

The gadget triggers different functions and features when bent, folded and flexed at its corners or sides.

"Everything is going to look and feel like this within five years," said creator Dr Roel Vertegaal.

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