Ten Unusual Shapes For Mobile Phones

The form factor of your cellphone is quite a defining factor on whether you approve of it or not. The grip, the interface and accessibility, all depend on this. At Yanko, we have covered some really unique and unusual forms and here is a re-cap of the Ten Most Unusual Shapes For Mobile Phones.

10) Nokia 888 Mobile Phone by Tamer Nakisci

Ten Unusual Shapes For Mobile Phones

A wiggly worm or a bracelet, you choose its form!

9) Tarati – Touchless Cellphone by Nonobject

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No keys on this phone, just poke your stubby fingers through the holes to dial the numbers, fat fingers…watchout!

8 ) The Brix by Seokwon Hong

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Long before someone thought of the tablets, designer Seokwon Hong gave us a taste of prime screen space with this concept. It just whetted our appetite for more, only difference is that we don’t need multiple faces to seamlessly connect, just a single iPhone-esque piece will do.

7) Soft Mobile Phone Concept by Roman Kriheli

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Reminds me of a puffer fish more than anything else! It just bloats up!

6) Dial Phone by Jung Dae Hoon

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Jewelry, retro , projector mish-mash!

5) Mobile Script Phone by Aleksandr Mukomelov

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Like a script that opens up to unveil the secrets, the OLED screen unfurls and becomes your playground.

4) “_______” by Marc Schömann

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This phone was probably heavily influenced by Dan Brown!

3) Soft Phone by Qian Jiang

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Cotton Candy of a phone; It’s a series of discs with electronic fabric stretched in between! Unique in shape and materials.

2) Wearable Mobile Phone by Sunman Kwon

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How many times have you used your fingers to dial a number, now how about using them for a keypad?

1) Moto Concept by Joseph Liang

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This has to be the cutest looking phone EVER! A total DOLL!

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