The Pose Mobile Phone is Designed After the First Gen iPod Shuffle

By: Michael Hines - Published: Feb 2, 2012 • References: xenial.wordpress & tuvie
There's almost too much going on with the Pose Mobile Phone to keep track of. Designer Serguey Markov has created a sleek and minimalist piece with customizable buttons and a highly flexible screen.

For starters, this phone is able to function in either flip or clamshell form; secondly, the Pose is designed identically to the first generation iPod Shuffle in that it has a built-in USB stick. The cellphone features a light reflective display and its buttons can be reprogrammed on the fly. This design may not have enough software to knock the iPhone from the throne, but it seems more than capable of dominating the lower-end Android headsets currently flooding the market. Who wouldn't want a flexible phone that also doubles as a USB stick? Stats for Randomized Music Cellphones Trending: Older & Chilly
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