Saturday, October 29, 2011

The iPhone 6

Bringing 6th Generation Technology – The Bedrock of The Future
State-of-the art Network Operations Centre equipped with and backed by the world’s most advanced 6th Generation Technology HP Application Servers

The Infrastructure

Al-Shaymaa (Pakistan) Limited has made some of the most groundbreaking, heavy investments in technology, which can be summarized as follows in terms of infrastructure:

  • Deployment of the world’s best HP Servers: All operations fully backed by state-of-the art Network Operations Centre equipped with the latest 6th Generation Application Servers
  • Al-Shaymaa has the unique distinction of being the first such business entity in Pakistan to order these 6th Generation Application Servers
  • In-house built comprehensive CRM for ‘One-Window’ operations and R&D Department
  • Deployment of StarCom for Sales & Support
  • Highly-qualified, skilled and experienced experts team of Software Developers exclusively deployed for Education Management Software Division ensuring optimum efficiency of software maintenance and technical support
  • For the first time in Pakistan: Security & Surveillance business of Al-Shaymaa (Private) Limited offers “Response & Recovery” in Vehicle Tracking & Anti-Theft Solutions. This has become possible because Al-Shaymaa has entered into an agreement with the Police for maintaining an exclusive Police Squad reserved for Al-Shaymaa for undertaking rapid “Response & Recovery” in cases of Vehicle Theft. 


Future Technology

This site features predictions of future technology based upon current emerging tech and inventions plus trends. Emerging tech is exciting in and of itself, but it is nothing compared to future technology 5, 10, 50 and 100 years from now.
One can only envision the future technology that our kids and grandkids will be able to use on a daily basis. Future technology will allow the generation of today to live longer due to advances in medicine, use more high tech computers and electronics than we can now imagine, and drive future cars with no emissions and zero carbon footprints.

Future TechnologyNot only that but our grandchildren will take advantage of future energy, smart homes and cars, robots and bionics to serve them and make life easier. Future weapons will actually be smarter, more precise and reduce the need for machismo among countries and will encourage non-proliferation.
Future space technology will bring spacecraft to the far reaches of this solar system and beyond. Space tourists will actually get to fly to Mars as in the movie Total Recall. Future education technology will mean students will learn faster, retain information longer, process information and retain memory like we can now not even imagine.
Future electronics will go way beyond the iPad using holograms and other virtual reality technology. What once was believed to be science fiction will simply be known as science.  Future robotic surgery will mean more precision, less complication and faster healing. Medical databases will interact at light speed to give the utmost in patient care for disease and injuries.
Future Bionics
Future Bionics
Future bionics will not only combine man (and woman) and machine, but also artificial intelligence with human intellect. Questions such as what is the mind, consciousness and the soul will be answered and integrated between neurons and electronics.
Future homes will not only be smart in a green and energy conservation sense but they will also be empowered with robotics, food supply management, facial recognition security, resource and energy management plus so much more.
Cities of the future will efficiently move people are cargo around with leading edge public and private transportation. Food crops will be grown inside large cities and distributed locally. Solar panels and other technology will provide future distributed energy resources to power cities locally.
These pages may hold product and tech reviews of emerging technology but then they will be followed by future technology predictions based upon this technology. See for yourself. Then use your third eye and see beyond what your eyes and imagination now tell you is possible.
Future Transportation
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Future Smart Phone Design, Triple Flip

This futuristic smart phone design is presented by Dave Schultze for SchultzeWORKS design studio. This smart phone device is intended to present more practical phone device in the future. Called as Triple Flip, this smart phone device is installed with feature Windows Phone 7 OS. The phone also has used solar charging system, so you won’t worry if you leave the charger at your home when you get traveling. Sliding keyboard and flip – out keyboard are the features on this phone design which is not found on the other smart phone device. Check it out at the gallery below for more information about this Triple Flip smart phone.
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Next Generation



Next Generation XBox Dropping In 2013?

Note: Picture completely f***ing ridiculous.
Is the next generation XBox coming in 2013? How am I supposed to know -- do I look like a video game insider? "No, you look like shit." EXAAACTL-- wait...
Develop reports that chip manufacturers and software middleware firms expect the next Xbox to be announced at E3 2013, with a launch following in time for the holidays. This would be a similar announcement-to-launch timeline as that of the Xbox 360, which was revealed just six months before the console hit retail in November 2005.
These reports follow a recent confirmation that various Microsoft employees are already on the next console team. Several LinkedIn accounts for Microsoft employees listed them as working on the hardware, with Jeff Faulkner pinpointed as creative director on "Xbox Next Gen."


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In this fast-moving era where people barely get time to organize or settle down their personal affairs, no matter how important they are, thinking of entertainment or recreational aspects is virtually a crime. Designed by Kingyo, a UI designer from ChengDu, China, the “Mercator” is a life support equipment that makes use of holographic imaging and nano-technology to help people manage their day-to-day needs with minimum fuss. You can use the hi-tech device to manage your regular tasks, like health checkups, appointments, shopping, maps, navigation and more. Combining the nano-materials with the new AMD processor chip, the device comes in the form of a bracelet, made of nickel-metal hydride, and integrates rechargeable batteries. The Mercator not only changes color, but also presents a curvy design for the ease of use, while enhancing the personality of the user.
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Future of Technology

Technology is expanding faster and faster and the future seems limitless for such an important sector, which has many wondering what the future holds for the industry. Currently there are technically advanced developments in the field of computer hardware, computer software and even the Internet that will change the way we work.
The way computer hardware is made and its function will soon be changing. Right now, there are a couple of new developments in this area of the future of computer technology.
Holographic Storage Technologies:
The theory of holography was developed by Dennis Gabor, a Hungarian physicist, in the year 1947. His theory was originally intended to increase the resolving power of electron microscopes. The result was the first hologram ever made. The early holograms were legible but plagued with many imperfections because Gabor did not have the correct light to make crisp clear holograms as we can today given he needed laser light.
However, it wasn't until the 1960s that two engineers from the University of Michigan: Emmett Leith and Juris Upatnieks, developed a new device which produced a three dimensional image of an object. Building on the discoveries of Gabor, they produced the diffuse light hologram. Today, we can see holograms, or 3D images, on credit cards, magazine covers and in art galleries. Yet this unique method of capturing information with lasers has many more applications in the industrial world and is on the verge of revolutionizing data storage technology as we know it.
Currently, tests are being done on creating a commercially viable holographic storage system. This technology not only offers very high storage densities, it could access that data at very high rates, due to the fact that holographic methods read an entire page of data in one operation. While conventional optical storage techniques read and write data by altering an optical medium on a per bit basis, holographic storage records an entire interference pattern in a single operation.
Protonic Memory :
One of the biggest horrors of the computer age is to be working on a document not yet saved to the hard drive and lose everything because of a power outage or a system crash that forces the operator to shut down the computer. Attempts to create circuits that store the information when the power is interrupted have used high voltages, which quickly wear down computer electronic components, and have been expensive. Some scientists have applied for a patent on a prototype memory retention device that is inexpensive, low-powered, and simple to fabricate that may be the future of protecting vital data when suddenly lost without being save. To transmit data, the device uses embedded protons, which remain where they are when the power turns off, thus preserving the information. In devices such as DRAM's (dynamic random access memory), typically based on electron flow, the information is lost when the power is turned off.
Nano Computers:
According to a group of researchers calling themselves the Nanocomputer Dream Team, November 1st, 2011 is the day they'll unveil a revolutionary kind of computer, the most powerful ever seen. Their nanocomputer will be made out of atoms. Moving individual atoms around at will sounds like fantasy, but it's already been demonstrated in the lab. In 1989, scientists at IBM used an electron microscope to shuffle 35 xenon atoms into the shape of their company's logo. Since then a team at IBM's Zurich labs has achieved the incredible feat of creating a working abacus on the atomic scale. Nanocomputers, if they ever appear, will be extraordinary things. But if, like most computer systems, they have bugs, they could also be very nasty, as well.
Next-Gen Interfaces:
Many of these next-gen interfaces will not have the user control the computer through commands, but will have the computer adapt the dialogue to the user's needs based on its inferences from observing the user. Most current user interfaces are fairly similar and belong to one of two common types: Either the traditional alphanumeric full screen terminals with a keyboard and function keys, or the more modern WIMP workstations with windows, icons, menus, and a pointing device.
An alternative model is emerging in object-oriented operating systems where the basic object of interest is the user's document. Any given document can contain sub objects of many different types, and the system will take care of activating the appropriate code to display, print, edit, or email these data types as required. The main difference is that the user no longer needs to think in terms of running applications, since the data knows how to integrate the available functionality in the system.


Wozniak’s Predictions for Technology Trends
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According to Steve Wozniak in a recent interview, the technology world is on the verge of some fairly major changes, exciting changes.
In the area of memory and chip size, Wozniak pointed to the chips used in cameras and talked about using them in other ways, inside of computers on cards. He wants to see hard drives replaced entirely with non-moving chips and cards. They offer small size, huge capacity, and lightning-fast speed, and lots of other advantages if used in the “right” way. Wozniak point out the many are using them in “wrong” ways, creating solid-state drives and memory that in his opinion are pointless.
The advantages became clearer when he spoke about “The Cloud” later in his talk. The “cloud” is not a new concept, traditionally referring to the internet in general, but it’s taken on a new meaning recently, combining the best of the internet and the best of micro-computing and putting them together into something akin to a universal “digital bank.” So instead of everyone having unlimited storage on their own personal computers, everyone would send their information – pictures, files, videos, everything – to the “cloud” for storage. Wozniak admitted that many people are leery of the security of such concept, but he’s certainly not alone in his prognostications about the cloud, and with iTunes recently moving toward online backup and storage for individual music libraries and google docs recently allowing upload of any file type, the reality of “the cloud” becoming everyone’s digital bank is closer than many think.
Wozniak also talked about the new organic LED screens that are soft and flexible. Instead of making them stiff like some companies do, Wozniak wants to take advantage of their flexibility. He envisions a globe made from the material, turned into a 3-D, touchable Google Earth. He loves the new, touch-ability of many tech products, and sees that market continuing to succeed, also, mixing 3-d advances with touch screens and interactive computing experiences.
It’s obvious that Wozniak is excited by the technology that’s coming in the weeks and months ahead, and why not? The ideas and hardware that he talks about is almost revolutionary, changing the face of computing and technology as we know it.


The Future Technology Of Printers: From 3D To Inkless Printers

Technology is improving at an alarming rate–from high-tech computers and mobile phones to smaller, more advanced entertainment systems and even ultra-fast inkjet printers. It wasn’t that long ago when we all used to print out documents using slow and noisy, black and white dot matrix printers. Now, we’re able to print twice as much documents in less time in full-color inkjet printers; and it won’t be long before we see an evolution in inkjet printers and experience all sorts of technological advancements we once thought were impossible.
There are already signs of what the future technology of printers holds–from inkless printers to those that can do 3D print outs. Here are just some of the advancements that are already in development that herald in the new age of printers.

1. Inkless printers. Various brands such as Dell and Polaroid have launched printers that don’t use normal printer ink cartridges to print on paper. The Dell Wasabi Ultramobile printer can print high-quality, borderless full-color images using Zink (Zero Ink) technology. Heat from the printer activates dye crystals that are embedded in a special kind of photo paper to create colored print outs in less than a minute.
2. 3D Printers. Why stick to a flat, two-dimensional print out when you can have your own image printed on 3D? There are a few 3D printers available now that can print out high-quality and well-defined three-dimensional models that even include real mechanical parts in them. It’s like having your own small factory at home! Although this piece of future technology is already available, a 3D printer would set you back about ,000. So, unless you plan to create 3D models and sell them as a business, it’s best to stick with your trusty 2D inkjet printers for now.
3. Wax printers. You used to color your drawings with crayons when you were a child, and Xerox has picked up on this by creating a printer that uses colored wax sticks instead of regular ink cartridges. The sticks are made of nontoxic polymer wax with colorants that act as the printer ink. Heat from the printer melts the wax stick to release the colorants for printing. The result is high-gloss, high-definition print outs. The company has been trying to refine this technology for about three years now; although there have been issues regarding the longevity of the print outs since wax tends to scratch easily.
4. Ultra-fast printers. Superman can run at the speed of sound, and although it will take about 100 more years before you see a printer that prints 100 documents that fast, there are inkjet printers in development now that can print high-quality, full-color images at a page per second continuously. With that technology around, it won’t be long before inkjet printers come close to printing at the speed of sound.
It’s amazing what the future holds for the printing industry. You’ve already seen a bit of the bright future of inkjet printers and ink cartridges and it won’t be that long before you finally see these future printers at work right in your own home.


Future Technology By Japan

You’ve just seen the future of the Laptop. In the revolution of miniature computers, the scientists are ahead with bluetooth technology.
This is the forthcoming computers you can carry within your pockets.
This ‘pen sort of instrument’ produces both the monitor as well as the keyboard on any flat surfaces from where you can carry out functions you would normally do on your desktop computer.


MP3 Player Innovative Concept

Much like his Fluid Smartphone, Brazilian designer Dinard da Mata has developed another wearable gadget that becomes a fashion accessory to complement the style of next-gen users. Hailed as “MP3 Player Creative,” the portable music player features a flexible OLED screen that other than displaying the playlist also lets the user select the song or control volume with just a touch of a finger. Worn around the wrist like a bracelet, the MP3 concept gives easy access of the functions to the user. In addition, the sleek music player includes wireless headphones to offer clutter-free music on the go.
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Foldable Notebook with Flexible OLED Screen!

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Brilliant! The Feno is a folding notebook. Typically we expect a hinge between the display and keyboard, but the Feno has an additional hinge within the display! This not only makes the size more compact but also explores future use of flexible OLED screens. The pice de rsistance is the pop-out mouse! Just pop it out and you are good to go!
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Designer: Niels van Hoof
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Polaroid camera redesign

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Designer Evan Jardee takes on a redesign project for one of the most well-known models of modern industrial design in the world. In the whole world! The polaroid camera. If you think about it, you can almost certainly pop up an image or two in your head about what the camera itself looks like. Everyone knows what it does. How about taking that instant-print concept though, and adding more functionality, then also changing the form almost entirely? Sounds like fun!
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Concept Electronic Ticket.

Traveling in a mega yacht is certainly a delightful experience. However, the real complexity lies in identifying the ship’s layout. To help passengers stay devoid of the confusion, the Electronic Ticket concept has been introduced. It employs interactive technology that helps explain the yacht’s layout as well as distribution of functional zones. The Electronic Ticket is set with the necessary information when sold and checked while the passenger boards the yacht. The information is then cleared off after recovering the ticket and is recycled. This facility helps the ship’s management to have an eye on all passengers and make certain the secure disembarkation of all. Future technology interactive-electronic-ticket


Concept magic of future-Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard!

Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard-this tiny device laser-projects a keyboard on any flat surface… It really is true future magic at its best. The Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard is a matchbook-sized rectangular device, which will emit a red light that simulates a keyboard onto pretty much any flat surface. With this device, you have all the form and function of a normal keyboard, but it takes up less than a third of the space. Future technology Concept Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard


Culinary cooking future

Here’s a kitchen countertop that could be smarter than the cleverest cook. For example,put a piece of meat on the counter, and the Oasis system’s 3D depth-perceiving camera senses exactly what it is,and then displays helpful hints, nutritional information, and recipes using its pico projector
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Nomadic Plants save planet

Most of us grow up thinking that clean water is good, while polluted water is bad, but that’s only because we approach these things from a human perspective. Just as plants rely on the carbon dioxide that we breathe out, each living thing exists in a biosystem where plants and animals need each other to survive. Mexican artist Gilberto Espaza has used this thinking to create his Nomadic Plants, and in the process, he teaches us something about the world we all live in.
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Sunlight using in future

The Solar Plant is a special plant that is capable of converting the sunlight into electric energy. It is actually a kind of charger that exploits solar energy for portable electronic gadgets. The flowerpot-shaped charger transforms unlimited sunlight into electricity by photosynthesis. It photosynthesizes using solar panels mounted on top that gather energy. The eco-friendly energy produced by the Solar plant can be used to charge your gadgets whenever and wherever you want. The Solar Plant is kind of an electric plant that needs sunlight like the real ones.
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Innovative cellphone concept

Mimeo is an innovative cellphone concept that enables the user to make calls and send messages in a more interactive way. The writable bended body of the concept features a signal light on top of the phone and an OLED touchscreen for efficient functioning. On the bottom part, it contains a call button and a write button that enables the user to make calls and make the surface writable. The end contains the stylus which acts as a pen nib when writing with thecellphone. Aside from intuitive and convenient use, the cellphone can become a great icon of style by featuring four different themes for the surface, oak, azure, roseate and breeze, when the phone is not in use.
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Innovative concept Smartbook

And then I’m ready to go to Geek Heaven! One of the reasons why devices like iPad and other tablets exist is to satisfy this urge in us to stay connected to the web world. Latest touchscreen phone also carry the same incentive, but somehow both the devices have one flaw: tablets lack an external keyboard and phones lack the screen real estate. To bridge the gap we have the really innovative Smartbook; a Smartphone that flips open to become a QWRTY keyboard and syncs with its personalized PC Tablet.

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Curious Displays-concept future

“Curious Displays is a product proposal for a new platform for display technology. Instead of a fixed form factor screen, the display surface is instead broken up into hundreds of ½ inch display blocks. Each block operates independently as a self-contained unit, and has full mobility, allowing movement across any physical surface.
“The blocks operate independently of one another, but are aware of the position and role relative to the rest of the system. With this awareness, the blocks are able to coordinate with the other blocks to reconfigure their positioning to form larger display surfaces and forms depending on purpose and function. In this way, the blocks become a physical embodiment of digital media, and act as a vehicle for the physical manifestation of what typically exists only in the virtual space of the screen.
“Traditionally, displays are fixed-size/ratio surfaces that provide an entry point to a defined experience with digital media content. This content is varied–informational, filmic, auditory, at times even spatial. However, the relationship between the user and the digital entities within the defined surface of the screen creates a sense of fragmentation between two distinct spaces. The virtual space of the screen provides a surface for media content to come alive, but is a distinct and marked separation from the physical space that the user occupies.
“Projection begins to create a kind of a hybrid space for the physical and virtual to blend. Projection can appear anywhere. It can appear on any surface at any given time, and can disappear again just as quickly, providing many space-saving benefits and new opportunities for mixed reality interaction and augmentation. However, the nature of such a transitory medium defies basic rules that are core to our understanding of the physical world.
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Wireless keyboard – Cleankeys

The wireless keyboard trades actual keys for touch-sensitive ones, so in exchange for a much more sanitary experience you’ll be giving up that satisfying clickity-clack you’ve grown accustomed to. It’s intended for use at hospitals where keyboard-germs are a serious issue, though I’d imagine it might pique the interest of regular old germaphobes too.
The Cleankeys keyboard includes a trackpad for clicking about and uses patent-pending technology to keep it from registering keystrokes when you’re just resting your hands on the thing
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NEW CARS TECHNOLOGIES: Hybrid Electric Cars and Car gas hydrogen

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 This car will be mirror of future technology and world. When I see this car than I amazed. This car design is very latest and strong. This car has no engines, no drivers, no limits and no steering wheel. This car is surprise of the future. This car shapes is very different.

 The visibility is unpredictable, converging high fashion and high technology. The car very latest design that no engine, no steer wheel, and petroleum-free. The designers came out with really unique revolutionary ideas. It has minimum weight and perfect aerodynamics, low resistance mobility, and very efficient. After all, I like this car because it design, engine. Colors. Overall is very latest. It’s very fantastic.

 Technology Behind Hybrid Cars

 The biggest query that people are asking nowadays is what type of vehicles we shall be going to drive in the future? If you are wondering, then you should be aware that this query has stimulated many human minds and their brains as the oil reserves of the world are declining to such a disturbing degree that people are asking questions about how long with the oil reserves of the world last us? These worries are not baseless since the earth has got a limited supply of fuel left and very soon the day will come when there will be no fuel left at all. How can we beat this scenario without causing discomfort to us? There is a simple solution and the answer is to go in for hybrid cars.

Technology Behind Hybrid Cars  The technology behind hybrid cars are that they are designed to run on alternative fuels like solar cells or hydrogen gas without emitting any toxic gases in the atmosphere. There are people who ask if these hybrid cars perform as well as their fuel counterparts? If one looks under the bonnet of a hybrid car, they will notice that it has two engines instead of one. One of them runs using electricity and the other uses diesel or petrol. Both these engines work in tandem and give you both better performance and higher mileage at a cheaper cost. You will never be stuck if the fuel finishes. The electric engine will ensure that you reach home.

 Hybrid Cars Negative Environmental Impact

 If you take the total environmental cost of a vehicle as the point from when the car was first designed to when it is dismantled, or hopefully recycled, hybrid vehicles don’t quite match the hype they are currently getting.

 A hybrid is a complicated vehicle, requiring lots of new technology and high tech components. A hybrid vehicle is harder to build because of its complexity, which means more energy is used in building the car. Some hybrids can charge their batteries from mains power, and this could be generated by ‘dirty’ technologies such as coal fired power stations or nuclear power. This is especially true for the pure electric cars on the market – it depends on how the electricity is produced as to what end effect your car is having on the environment.

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Green Cars: Electric Hyperion – Are we so near to a weird future?

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Eco Factor: Concept car powered by lithium-ion batteries.
Electrifying cars is the best possible and practical way to curb the rising percentages of GHGs in our atmosphere. Keeping the demands of the future in mind, concept designers all over the world are bringing the future of their anticipation to a form in which we all can see it. Similar is the case with Marco Aurelio Galán Henríquez, who has designed an electric car named “Hyperion,” meaning “Titan” in Greek mythology.

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Apart from a weird shape, the designer aims to put in the best possible eco-friendly technology in the car, that includes a lithium-ion battery powered AC synchronous motor in the front. The 4.5m X 2.5m X 1.6m body of the concept is to be developed with carbon fiber reinforced plastic, which promises safety without increasing the gross weight of the car. The lightweight body of the car enables its electric engines to propel it to speeds in excess of 200 Km/h.
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The Dark Side:
Hyperion guarantees great technology and cool performance, but the weird looks of the car can mean that this “Titan” too will just remain a part of mythology.
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AVA – future mobile technology

The AVA is an innovative touch-phone featuring next generation nano technology to provide users a functional platform of being able to take out the most form a cell phone. This 160mm x 60mm phone with only 7mm thickness can give ultimate convenience of use by featuring two screens to perform various tasks. Aside from the 100mm x 54mm main screen, AVA incorporates an additional 100mm x 90 mm roll out screen that collapse on two inside the phone. To make it even more engaging, all the buttons are equipped with sensors. The semi-round shape along with the glossy metallic finish of the body has given a stylish appearance that can attain everyone’s attention.
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