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Thursday, 28 February 2008 12:56

Nokia working on a Nanotech phone

Written by Muamer Odobasic


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Future technology

 

Nokia is working with Cambridge University on a phone project involving nanotechnology. Nanotechnology would enable flexible and stretchable phones that would enable users to shape and adapt them as they see fit.

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Nokia explained that this will revolutionize the phone industries – flexibility, transparent electronics and self-cleaning display, all of them attest to that. However, we sincerely hope that this will not be just pure Sci Fi talk and that Nokia will indeed make such a gadget available to masses. There are rumors circulating that we might actually see something like this in 2009.

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The Nokia and Cambridge University partnership was announced in March 2007, although the video of such a phone appeared even earlier on Youtube. You can view the video here.

Last modified on Thursday, 28 February 2008 22:09
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