The newest slim and sleek smartphones look absolutely fantastic, but the flat design of most of them isn't exactly conducive to getting a good grip. The 'Lean to My Side' cellphone combines the most aesthetically seductive aspects of the latest handsets and combines them with a more sculptural shape that's evidently more ergonomic.
Seung Hyun Lee's product is a folding mobile phone with a pair of warped tabs, a hinge down the center and a flexible touchscreen surface. The crease is only visible from one side of the phone, affording the user an interruption-free display for playing movies. The configuration of the 'Lean to My Side' smartphone allows it to turn into a video gaming controller, or simply to be doubled over for texting, calling and using the camera feature.
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By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Feb 26, 2013 • References: yankodesign