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The flexi-phone

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While we quite often sport a man-bag, if there's a valid reason, we're most often relying on our increasingly stretched pockets to house our valuables.

There's no getting away from the uncomfortably rectangular bulge that our phone creates. Or is there? Cue intrigue.

The Samsung Galaxy Skin imagines a flexible future where our phone will be able to adapt to whatever shape we so wish. Well, within reason. The sensitive nature of the phone means that when you click the application you want, it transforms to suit you.

It's frustratingly just a concept at the moment but with the advancements that have been made with flexible lithium ion batteries, it might not be too unlikely. Everything is now crossed. It's quite painful.

(Images: Yanko Design)

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