Cellphone Inspired By Chinese Scrolls

As flexible displays come to market, designers are asked how they can design products that utilize the technology while remaining meaningful. Yun Liang’s scroll cellphone takes its inspiration from how traditional Chinese paintings are unfurled.

When not in use, the display neatly rolls into the tube. All numeric key functions remain tactile running along the side of the scroll as opposed to touchscreen. This makes it possible to use without having to unroll the screen. You would only do so when accessing media and data.

Designer: Yun Liang


  • mes says:

    hola,quisiera saber si alguien puede decirme donde se comercializa este movil y q precio tiene,gracias

    • Andrew says:

      I’m not entirely sure if I know what you are saying, but—–pienso que este telefono no estA cierto. Pienso que lo es un producto que estA planeando por Yun Liang y hay sOlo un posibilidad que lo haceria y venderia.

      te envio una carta electronico si tienes preguntas mAs.

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  • T.M says:

    ITS the modern day ninja phone this would go handy with a ninja outfit good design as well

  • waleed says:

    تصميم جدا رائع
    وياليت يوصل عندنا فى السعوديه بسرعه

  • ravi parekh says:

    Is this phone is available in market?

    if yes

    it is available in India..?

  • Teensy says:

    I think this is my favorite design I’ve seen yet. VERY cool. Especially the fact that you don’t always have to roll it out to use it. The only thing I might add to it would be a supplemental LCD screen on the outside to display things like caller ID, battery strength, and incoming SMS messages. I’d definitely carry a phone like this.

  • Thera says:

    That looks like a “global” from Earth Final Conflict in less cool :/

  • Golan says:

    But, did we take into account that fact that most people use there stored numbers, rather then dial them.


  • Pindir says:

    Does anybody know where we can purchase or corporation web site?

  • xXblahXx says:

    wouldn’t typing be cumbersome, as i see the keys are on a rounded surface

  • Ali says:

    I think the touch-keypad should roll out with the screen.

  • Jimmy C says:

    We should be allowed to cut it ourselves! Then it will be even more customizable!

  • Jimmy C says:

    We should be allowed to cut it ourselves! Then it will be even more customizable!

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  • Zoe Coleman says:

    Saved as a favorite, great web page!

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