The Next Big Phone in the Market?

The Next Big Phone in the Market?

New York City : NY : USA | Jun 16, 2010 at 2:35 PM PDT
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It might just be an idea, but it could enter the market as a hit. A designer by the name of Mike Serafin created the idea of creating a smart phone that has a battery that, to a sense, will never die.

The SLIQ phone by Samsung may not have the applications of the iPhone or an Android, but the phone allows what most phones do, including document viewing and a GPS. It is also completely black with LED blue lights. The phone is completely touch screen.

This may sound like any old smartphone, but this phone is designed to be eco-friendly. It is made out of recycled aluminum, giving it a lighter weight than most phones, but keeping it durable, and it allows the phone to be very slim. Not only that, but the screen is an organic LED, giving off the same brightness, at 40% less power.

But what is it about this phone that allows it to "never die"? Well, located at the bottom of the phone is a small crank, which you crank for more battery life. This crank also can come out of the phone and become a blue tooth headset.

No more than photos and designs of the phone have been revealed, and sources state that the phone is just an idea, and has not moved much more than that. This phone can open new doors to the world of cellular phones, allowing the SLIQ idea to reduce wall and computer charging for years to come.

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SLIQ by Samsung
The Phone and the Blue Tooth piece are shown in this picture.
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