Polytron Technologies unveils first smartphone transparent

A company has a smartphone Taiwainaise original as largely transparent. Polytron Technologies says that this prototype could be mass produced and sold, and by the end of 2013. It is reminiscent of Sony's first attempt with transparent screen  Pureness. 

No, you're not dreaming. Screen, battery, circuitry and a set of components are transparent. You will see the screen and MicroSD card NanoSim. and some circuits incompressible ... at least for the moment!

Presented by Serena Chen, head of Polytron in Taoyuan City (Northern Taiwan) January 21, 2013, this smartphone could be the attraction of the year in terms of design, works on industrial materials and redefine beauty in codes the world of new technologies.

On the downside, the touch part is currently limited to a small area, a first brake in the comfort of use. Even if the battery, the screen and the printed circuit products are totally transparent, three components are not yet available or can not be produced in the immediate processors, SIM card and memory card.

Anyway, the technology allows for an attractive design and designers will research centers and development formats offer other than a smartphone "big black rectangle with rounded edges and a button physical center."

The first breakthrough in technology allows completely transparent to imagine new concepts, new uses (advertising, for example) but does not seem ready yet. Indeed, no picture and no details on the resolution displayed by the screen was communicated by example. Components, such as processors and graphics chipset, and their frequency of use have not been disclosed. The battery capacity and the technology they will hold a day use? And finally what about the service: we find easily spare parts trade in?

The idea of ​​a totally transparent is no longer only science fiction but we still wonder what can make this "innovation" to the user through a mobile phone.

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