Concept Line Phone gives you buttonless control over the screen

Concept Line Phone gives you buttonless control over the screen
We have seen a number of concept cell phones including one we recently showed you that had three flexible Super AMOLED screens. The Concept Line Phone in the video below has only one screen, but if you notice, there are no buttons on the sides of the unit. The elongated shape of the phone might bring back memories of the BL40, but with a sleeker and more metallic design.

Scrolling is accomplished by running your finger up or down the side of the phone. While using the music player, running a thumb on the bottom from left to right brings up the volume display. A landscape virtual QWERTY keyboard was displayed, and in portrait mode the triple tap system quickly spelled out text.

The use of gestures to read and send messages brings to mind the recent story we reported on about the next Apple iPhone and iPad possibly using multi-touch gestures to reveal the multitasking bar or to switch between apps  Without a hone button, pinching four or five fingers together will take you to the home screen.

So which concept phone do you think you would buy? Would it be the triple-screened Android device or the this Concept Line Phone? Let us know by responding in the comment box below.

Thanks to Michael!

source: YouTube


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