The Polygon is actually a concept phone by Alloy Total Product Design and looks pretty much like your ordinary clamshell cellphone. Be prepared for a surprise when you flip it open to reveal 2 screens. The first is a large, high resolution screen that caters for watching television pictures while the second is a lower resolution touch screen that is built tough. The second screen provides a way to navigate through the device. The use of both screens can be changed according to the context of use, as the portrait mode is used in phone and MP3 player mode while landscape mode means you’re watching TV or browsing through the Internet. Looks like the designers took a leaf out of Nintendo’s book by using 2 screens simultaneously.
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