Window Phone and now he created a brand new handset, dubbed the Blackhole Phone. This device transforms its front surface in order to provide a larger keypad when texting and a larger screen space when reading a message.We’ve heard Seunghan Song’s name just yesterday, as we had a look at his beautiful
Thus, when the keypad (probably a virtual one) becomes larger, the display gets smaller and viceversa. We suppose the motion sensing technology is used to morph the digital screen to create big keys, but too that there’s no QWERTY involved, as we see it.
If they were physical keys, this would remind me of a technology we’ve shown you a while ago… with a phone’s morphing surface by using air chambers.
[via Yanko Design]