Rather than developing a phone package design for the Vega Secret Note2 that would surround it in plastic, Duhan Kim of Pantech Co. created a design with much more texture, emotion and interest. The design of the smartphone case mimics a real book, complete with a spine that describes the product inside. Like a book, the cover flap on the box is capable of opening up with a hinge to reveal the phone and any other accessories inside. On what would be the front of the book is the phone brand's logo, conveying a sense of intrigue without any additional wording. On the back of the mock books, there's space for additional information about the make and model of the phone.
Although most phone boxes are ones that you might not think twice about tossing into the recycling, this box is a cute one to hold on to, especially since they look even better as a set.
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