Ever wanted to combine the touchscreen experience with the feeling of pressing a genuine physical button? Valentin Neda has the next best thing, through a phone design called Flex Click, a cellphone that provides tactile feedback while pressing touch buttons on the screen.
Micro switches are placed under the curved Soft Touch display and they’ll reduce the stress on the user’s fingers, for an unique touch experience. These switches can be pressed in the spot where one expects to find a real button or control and they also depend on the displayed content, as the concept’s creator claims.
Is it just me or is there something screaming BlackBerry and WebOS about this device?
[via The Design Blog]