Japanese telco KDDI recently commissioned Kohei Nawa to create a prototype phone. The Pixcell via Prismoid is a flip phone with an asymmetrical form factor, meant to convey an image of cells growing and popping out of the casing. Personally, we think the Pixcell—when closed—looks like an angular metal block covered by oversized water droplets.
No info on whether the Pixcell will ever hit the market. It comes off more as an artistic exercise rather than a product design. One thing's clear however: with artificial droplets distributed throughout the casing, it will be hard to do a signal-killing death grip on this phone.
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