Nokia Aeon again, although there were a few Chinese handsets that resembled that beauty. Now, Jeffrey Gerlach designed the Ripple Phone, which practically revives the Aeon concept, as it sports a dual multi-touch OLED screen and a very slim profile.We never thought we’d seen something similar to
Ripple also features an alpha-numeric keypad, a mini USB port for charging and data transfer, a 5 megapixel camera and integrated hand grip. Aside from the numeric keypad, there’s also the onscreen virtual QWERTY one, divided into 2 segments, but still easy to use.
Also, I’ve got to admit that the photo menu looks quite hot and overall the device is very promising.