Dual Display Windows Phone Unit is a Futuristic Flip Phone

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Created by David Quijada (Amaqui), this Windows Phone concept is basically a flip phone of the future, with a very slim design and powerful specs. This would make a brilliant Keitai for Japan, the popular format that handsets adopt there being the clamshell.

Named the Graphen ZN-500, this smartphone uses a dual capacitive display, each of the screens being 5 inches in diagonal and supports a 1920 x 640 pixel resolution. This is a Windows Phone 7.5 unit with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S8 processor and a 14.1 megapixel camera. There’s also a transmutative system on board, which I guess means that the screens are able to rotate in any direction and turn the flip phone around as the user pleases. You can even use it as a Nokia E7 lookalike, if you want, with a display being the main one and the other being the keyboard.

This extremely thin device is original, good looking and the only problem I have with it is the decreased width. Would you buy this clamshell nowadays when such designs are rare?

[via Deviantart]