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Nokia, U. Cambridge Show Off Nanotech Phone

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Tmo Slave

Feb 26, 2008, 12:53 PM


Thats a pretty awsome phone. Making it rubber and bendable will definatly make it more durable. But I'm sure customers will still find a way to break it or get water damage on in. Not only will they want it for free when they sign up they will want free replacement when they some how manage to break it.
lol rings so true.. you sound like u workin in a warranty department.. uninsurable phn and oow fee 1000 bucks ill bet 🤣
If you watched the Youtube video its supposed to be dirt resistant (as the character dropped honey on it and it slid off) As with anything concepts are the possibilites of, a concept car that can change driving positions from the left seat to the pass...

Feb 27, 2008, 5:38 PM


oh i dunno about that one dont wanna be asimilated

Feb 26, 2008, 7:45 PM


Photo shopped 😕

Feb 25, 2008, 2:21 PM


rubber cel phones coming up on horizon? 🤤 id like to see bendable laptop pc's
🤤 I too am afloat in my own saliva. 🤤

Feb 25, 2008, 2:11 PM

The sweetest thing I have ever seen. Steezed out!


This phone truly represents the pinnacle of steez. Nanotechnology? I don't even care what it does if it has nanotechnology. It could only make phone calls and I'd be down. What isn't steezy about nanotechnology? What, the phone cleans itself? Sweet Jesus. This phone is truly a gift from God to his most treasured children. I don't know what we've done to deserve his blessing, but something tells me we're on the right track. What, it's flexible? Yes!! 😲 My brain just exploded from the overload of steez!!! 😳
What the HECK does "steez" mean???
I believe it is slang for " I am in my happy place "
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