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Polytron Unveils World's First Fully Transparent Smartphone

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The only visible components are the board, chips, memory card and camera.


Taiwanese firm Polytron Technologies has revealed the world's first fully transparent smartphone prototype. As you can see in the pictures above and below, the prototype device is almost fully transparent. The only components visible on the device are the board, chips memory card and camera.

The rest of the device is a piece of glass that sports a small touchscreen (also transparent) located in the center of the device. According to Polytron, its technology may be available by the end of 2013.

South Korean technology giant Samsung, meanwhile, revealed Youm at CES 2013, a flexible and bendable OLED display manufactured for smartphones.

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    davidgermain , 31 January 2013 03:56
    where is the battery?
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    Lewis57 , 31 January 2013 04:24
    davidgermainwhere is the battery?


    And the CPU and RAM etc.

    Quote:
    there hasn’t been a way worked out to make the processors and components transparent.
    from the source of this article.
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    Pailin , 31 January 2013 22:29
    The Emperor's New Clothes.... ?
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    MajinCry , 1 February 2013 00:15
    Title: "World's First Fully Transparent Smartphone"

    Truth: "Semi Transparent Smartphone Hype"
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    pitpalacu , 6 February 2013 04:27
    Now we just need to wait for the Iron Man functional suit to show up.
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    JRAtk94 , 28 June 2013 20:50
    Who realistically wants a phone like that?

    It looks ugly as hell, and I bet it costs a fair bit.

    I'll stick to my Nexus 4, tyvm.
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    JRAtk94 , 28 June 2013 20:50
    Who realistically wants a phone like that?

    It looks ugly as hell, and I bet it costs a fair bit.

    I'll stick to my Nexus 4, tyvm.