Nokia seeks patent for its frenzied Morph nanotech phone concept. The transparent, flexible and wearable phone coined by the Nokia Research Center (NRC) is set to herald a revolution in world mobile market. Nokia has recently filed patent for the gadget that, according to the Finnish firm, will initiate a world of drastically unique devices with a new range of possibilities. Well, once realized, users can enjoy this potentially ‘adhesive’ and modular phone for boundless levels of communication.
Nokia Morph phone concept features a set of flexible and transparent materials, which can change the way people live. Apart from the traditional concepts of a phone, Morph can monitor your heart beat, body heat and much more. Thanks to translucent electronics, the device has an entirely new aesthetic dimension. This is transparent, flexible and foldable at the same time. The Morph will self clean its body to remove dust and sweat away.
Morph concept sports a magnificent built-in solar absorption and a long-lasting battery that charges quickly. Nokia seeks patent for three modes of wearablity for the Morph. The apparatus could be wearable by using an integrated suction cup, adhesive pad or its wrap-around form factor like a wristwatch.
In fact, Nokia Morph concept is an extension to the wearer’s body. The extension combines a variety of features like wireless communication, SMS, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, heart beat monitor, cellular radio and much more. Its interface will be a touchscreen display, which is flexible, of course. Once Nokia gets patent for the device, customers can grab it from stores to add into their capability to stay accessed to many multiple wireless services on a single device.