Motorola DynaTAC 8000X
The world's first commercial handheld mobile phone, received approval from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission in 1983. Weighs nearly 2 pounds, measures more than a foot long, & costs $3995. DynaTAC 8000X aka The Brick, can be handy though.
[Image via motorola]
Green Technology Mobile
Just put it in a flowerpot and watch it grow - it's the sunflower phone cover. © Warwick University
So how about next time when you want to dispose of your mobile, instead of throwing it away you just sow it? And you get to watch a sunflower blooming. [Via 24hourmuseum]
Mosquito Repelling Phone
It emits a sound to repel the mosquitoes away. It's the sound of the repellant. Its a doubt if humans can stand the sound which they need to switch on for half an hour before going to bed to avoid the mosquitoes.
Yoyo phone is supposed to be worn around the neck of the user. It draws energy from the bounces and swings, created by the user.
888 Concept From Nokia
It allows you to change it into any design of your choice, roll it, bend it, clip it, whatever you want to do.
Vertu Signature Cobra.
It only costs a cool $310,000.
[Image via slashphone]
Designed by B & O & built by Samsung. It's a combination of advance features with clamshell design.
Though its difficult to deny that it does look like one of those face powdering devices gals carry in their bags. A word of caution: don't put it in your girl friend's handbag as you may pick a wrong one out.
[Image via mobiledia]
Dual Screen Mobile Phone
So in what way does this dual screen help?
"It's specifically designed to optimize mobile internet services for a wide-ranging variety of multimedia contents."