The Nokia GEM Offers an Uninterrupted Customizable Interface

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Nov 13, 2011 • References: & engadget
Smartphone manufacturers are broadening their handset touchscreens but users may continue to feel limited by the boarders of framed displays. The Nokia GEM runs with the concept of a fully tactile device by suggesting the potential of an uninterrupted screen.

The front, back, top, bottom and sides of this device are adaptable on contact so that you can be constantly changing the functional layout and the appearance of your mobile phone while you use it. Calendars, text boxes, photographs and apps can be pushed, pulled, magnified and dropped on command, continually fluctuating according to convenience.

The remarkably fluid interactive gadget introduces plenty of possibilities for effortless media sharing, messaging, calling and browsing. The Nokia GEM could even host animated advertising on the back side of your cellphone to subsidize the cost of your plan. Stats for Continuous Display Smartphones Trending: Older & Warm
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