The Nokia 7700 was an interesting device that never was. It was intended
to be a media-centric device with a large 3.5-inch colour touch-screen
with a resolution of 640 × 320 pixels. It certainly would have been a
Samsung Serene with circular keyboard was produced as a joint venture between Samsung electronic, Bang & Olufsen, a company popular for its luxury products. Although it wasn’t exactly a bad looking phone, but this $1275 product sure is quite weird looking to be used a phone.
The Motorola FlipOut was a square slider phone with an interface
designed around social networking capabilities. The “phonebook” feature
eliminated any differentiation between your phone contacts and your
online contacts, and even features like the music player integrated
social networking functions.
Another fashion experiment, the clamshell Xelibri 6 actually had two
mirrors inside for doing your makeup. There was also a weird round
keypad and a tiny 101 x 80-pixel display in the middle of the top
mirror. This was the oddest in a very odd line of phones.
With facilities like GPRS support and 360° rotatable keypad, people
thought it be an innovative design. But as you might’ve guessed, that
design didn’t last long, instead registered its name as one of the most
weirdly designed phone in history.
Juke was focused to music mates. It has bolster for extensive variety of
music organizations, and 2GB stockpiling for music. Be that as it may,
the most intriguing piece of it must be the plan, which is both novel
and strange. It has the usefulness to pivot the show which uncover the