The Samsung Galaxy Skin was unveiled at CES 2011 and features a bendable and foldable display that is able to withstand hard blows. However, the phone was still in conceptual stage, though if reports are true, the Samsung Galaxy Skin could become commercial next year.
Featuring a bendable, foldable AMOLED display, the Samsung Galaxy Skin is probably the most flexible mobile phone to date. Well, if it goes to retail that is. This new conceptualized phone was showcased at Hongik University in South Korea last June, and at CES 2011. According to Samsung, the Galaxy Skin incorporates flexible AMOLED displays, instead of glass, and is said to use a plastic polyimide substrate. The tests showed that the displays are able to bend around a cylinder, measuring just an inch in diameter.
Our friends at ioSafe will be unveiling a brand new product at CES 2011 and you could be one of the very first to get your hands on it simply by correctly guessing what it is.
That’s right, to be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is leave a comment on their Company Blog saying what you think the product is.
Need a clue? It weighs more than a Cadbury Cream Egg but less than an adult coonhound. Need another clue? Have a look at the picture.
We’ll be posting another image prior to CES, so be sure to check back.
And if you want more clues from us you might want to read our review of a previous ioSafe product... It's here.
And: we will be reviewing this mystery box too as soon as FedEx delivers...
UPDATE: Here's another visual clue after the break...
Most, if not all Android phones come with Google Maps Navigation. However, up until today, if you went to use this service, you would be greeted with a nice message saying that the service was not available from within Australia. There have been hacks to get around this block, however in the latest update from Google, the Maps Navigation software is now fully enabled for use in Australia. What's that mean? Wel,l essentially your getting a proper street navigation service that not only speaks directions, but you can also speak your address or location that you need to go to.
It's available from the Android Marketplace as of now, so go download your updates!
Well it had previously been rumoured that Panasonic would be getting into the camera phone market, but they've now gone as far as to announce their new LUMIX Phone, which is looking more like a stretched-limo camera than a phone.
It does however sport a huge (for a phone) 13.2Mpixel sensor, 3G, WiFi, and touch screen, as to what OS it's running, we're unsure at this stage.
Panasonic have only announced it in Japan, and at this stage there are only limited details on the specs of the phone.
We'll be very interested to see how this camera, ahh, phone, turns out once out and about, as it's certainly if nothing else a stylish looking camera.
Well it seems altho the new Nano features a touch screen, Sony Ericsson have gone one step further, and integrated their new LiveView device into the Android OS, allowing to somewhat act like a remote display via Bluetooth to your Android phone in your pocket.
Why would you want this i hear you ask? Well, simple, it's small enough to be worn as a watch, and allows you to control not only your music, but also see your facebook updates, RSS feeds, incoming calls, amongst other things.
For more info visit Sony Ericsson's product page located here.
Well if your like me, you've been following the developments and what HTC's new Desire HD is coming out with etc, well HTC have released another video that, well, if you weren't sure before... this will probably make your mind up for you! The video goes through HTC's new Sense UI thats recently been updated, and also how it fits in with the features of the new Desire HD
So how long will you have to wait to get one? well, not long! The Australian release date is slated to be the 2nd week in October, and they'll be available from Three & Vodafone, which is now confirmed have the exclusive on this phone, at least for the first month or so. Pricing is set to be around the $900-1000 mark outright, no word on contract pricing yet.
Youtube video after the break...