Here’s one more thing to add to your growing spy gadget collection. This little black slab of plastic, though it may only appear to hold the numbers 0-9 in front, as well as a rounded retro-styled earpiece is a cellphone, and it even has a screen to boot.
The screen is hidden discreetly within the body of the phone itself, and readily swings out whenever needed. It shows only the most important information, such as if a call is coming in, as you can see here pictured.
It also appears to have a user-removable battery, although it’s hard to imagine something as small and minimalist as this would require any battery changing even after at least a few years.
Believe it or not, though, this is stuff of the future (it’s just a concept). So yeah, don’t count on it showing up on the FCC site any time soon.
Via JAMP Blog
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