Transparent Phone. The Arrival Of The First Transparent Phone.


The world has been wondering for an extended time now, when are we getting to see the launch of the transparent smartphone. We've all seen those sleek devices utilized in sci-fi movies especially in iron man and i am sure we'd all want to have such a tool on day, or atleast see it.

Efforts to supply the primary transparent phone has been round the smartphone industry for an extended time.In 2009, smartphone giant,LG, launched the LG GD900. The phone was said to be the primary translucent phone but i would not really call it that. The phone wasn't really transparent, but it's sliding touch pad was 'transparent'.

The slide-out keypad was made out of glass and therefore the refore the keys were split by an LED array and the whole encircled by by a metal frame.The battery was also made to seem transparent so as to not block the effect.All these features created a sleek device with a 'transparent' keypad and it had been really advanced at the time. the primary smartphone to return on the brink of being transparent was announced back in 2013.The phone was introduced by a Taiwan based Polyton Technologies company.

The phone had a totally transparent multi-touch display and it appeared like the beginning of the new smartphone revolution. The prototype used a conductive OLED that uses liquid molecules to display images.When the phone is powered off, these molecules form a white cloudy composition but once it's powered back on, the molecules realign to make text and pictures .

However the phone wasn't completely transparent,the micro-SD card might be seen through the glass alongside with the sim card.The microphone,camera and therefore the battery were also quite visible.There has no signs of the device coming to production.

Now it's 2020 and therefore the smartphone industry hasn't been ready to produce the transparent phone.I think the most challenge is that you simply need transparent materials to form a transparent phone and making things just like the battery transparency is basically tough considering today's technology.

I think we still need to wait a couple of more years for the 'spy' like phone.Maybe by then,our technology are going to be ready to support such advancements.

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