The Feltphone concept design by Matthias Pugin is made from fabric to reduce the use of joints and hardware that take away from the aesthetic of a phone.
This mobile phone uses felt and leather with only two main electronic parts - the display and the main phone console - and is held together with Velcro.
Implications - As phone technology continues its inexorable march, the useful gadgets are getting smaller and more diverse in their shape and materials. Phones like this offer users a more flexible and less bulky alternative to traditional metal devices, and that is definitely something that businesses looking to entice an on-the-go consumer should take heed of.
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