While Nokia fails to deliver hot smartphones, at least they’re evolving on the prototype and concept side. What you see below is a stretchable electronic skin, a technology developed by Nokia Research Center Cambridge. This flexible piece of bioelectronics is the basis for the future foldable devices, like watches or phones.
Compliant and stretchable materials will make theoretically unbreakable devices and it’ll also provide new means of interaction. More info can be found in the following video and in case you’re not familiar with the Nokia Morph concept phone, go check it out and see how this technology can be put to good use: