Ever desired a circular cellphone? We haven’t, but new technologies may soon be presenting that option. In an effort to push the envelope, a company called Monohm has been analyzing an hypothesizing what the digital world would feel like through a different geometrical view.
Early versions of the cellular prototype resemble a sedimentary rock with smooth edges, providing the shape of a circle. The company actually nicked named the device an anti-smartphone in an effort to deviate from the rigid cell phone frame alternatives we have at this time.
While this is a new and inventive ideal in theory, there are a few hindrances on the horizon with the new phone design. What is probably the first aspect of your phone services that you check when you wake up in the morning? For us, it may be the weekly analytics for this very website. However, for most, the answer is social media. Consumers are enthralled by the social and digital age. For this reason, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, or Facebook will be your first stops. With constant updates, statuses, and information being disseminated on these sites, how a circular framed device display all of these facets? They could congeal social media actions together in one category, but what fun would that be?
Deemed the Runcible, this phone has a long way to evolve to provide a healthy alternative to the advanced technologies they will soon be calling their competition. Click the button below to view the design on Monohm's Facebook page.
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