Isn’t it time to get rid of the usual four-sided form that dominates body line of cell phones? Alessandra M. Enriconi has come to rescue and designed a communication device that neatly tapers off the oval curves. The Op Art touch phone has everything that today’s generation seeks in a functional cell phone. The center flaunts a touch screen display that can modify its appearance with op art images.
Targeting the tech savvy youth of today, this design sports two sliding sides that cleverly cover up the microphone, speaker and a camera too.
This feeds the craving of those seeking tad arty touch. Intended to house the 3G technology, such a form won’t fail to stand out in the crowd.
I am wowed by this unusual form yet completely practical cell phone. Hey when can I trade my Nokia for this arty touch phone?