With technology getting bigger, modern gadgets are getting smaller day by day. Mobile handset manufacturer Teleepoch has displayed a cellphone concept at CES in Las Vegas that sans all buttons for a neat and sleek touch-sensitive display. Featuring a compact size about the size of an iPod shuffle, the gesture mobile phone integrates a display, a 2G radio and an accelerometer into a tiny board. Users can go through the menus by tilting the handset up and down to scroll and jerking it up to select and left to go back. In addition, the new cellphone by Teleepoch presents voice control for inputting numbers and quick-dialing. While the WMDP chip, a new wearable device from Qualcomm, removes all the clutter to juice up the handset. Check out the video after the jump.