Envisaging humanistic relationships with mobile phones in the days to come, the Japanese manufacturer Kyocera has come up with a futuristic phone that alters its shape from a clamshell to a wallet or clutch-purse. Dubbed the “EOS,” the folding phone integrates a flexible OLED display surrounded by a soft and semi-rigid polymer casing, healing your haptic senses with the reinforced user experience. Presenting a clean and compact design, the concept phone offers a greater adaptability, of not just form but interaction as well, thanks to the flexible screen that unfolds to divulge the widescreen display. Moreover, the EOS doesn’t require any battery, for the phone breeds energy by translating kinetic energy into an electric charge via an array of nano-scale piezoelectric generators when it comes in physical interaction with the user. The EOS, apart from its refined and sustainable technology, also brags of a clean and sleek design by hiding the keys when not in use.