Nokia phone shows off wearable electronics

It can be used as a keyboard, and it can even be used as a bracelet – but it’s really a phone which Nokia thinks can lead the way in the next generation of mobile technology.The Morph phone has been developed by the Finnish mobile phone company and nanotechnology experts at Cambridge University, and was recently unveiled at New York’s Museum of Modern Art as part of the Design and the Elastic Mind exhibition.It looks like a thinner version of the 1980s Rubik’s Magic puzzle toy and can be used as a keyboard when laid flat. While folded either length or width ways it turns into a typical, though very thin, mobile phone or a bracelet that can be worn and connected wirelessly to a headset.

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