This concept touchscreen phone, developed by NTT Docomo and Fujitsu, is called Separate Keitai. It features a separate screen and keypad linked together via Bluetooth. Magnets keep the two sides of the Separate Keitai together when they need to be. Assuming that the microphone and speaker are connected to the keypad, a product like this could finally make it easy to look up a contact number for a friend while speaking with someone else. The creators say the benefit of the phone is that it allows you to make a phone call and write an e-mail at the same time.
Image: NTT Docomo and Fujitsu
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