This BlackBerry's Display Extends Beyond That Restrictive Window

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Feb 9, 2012 • References: coroflot & yankodesign
RIM smartphones can really frustrate iPhone and Android users who have grown accustomed to their generous touchscreen interfaces. It's a surprise then to see how this BlackBerry concept by John Anastasiadis incorporates an all-encompassing sensitive display.

These polished images of the proposed mobile phone picture an uninterrupted interactive surface of apps that smoothly turns the corner along one side of the device, covering the entire back and front of the handset. The only visible buttons appear on the other edge of the gadget, and these presumably offer convenient volume controls. This BlackBerry concept by John Anastasiadis also has at least one more trick up its sleeve. A slim QWERTY keyboard pops out and retracts to accommodate those who still crave tactility. Stats for Continuous Screen Smartphones Trending: Older & Warm
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