Check out this drop-dead gorgeous handset from BenQ-Siemens which is known as the Black Box cellphone. Currently incubating as a concept, the Black Box does away with the keypad and relies on the touchscreen which will act as the primary means of navigation. The user interface looks pretty simple, using just pictures instead of relying on a combination of keywords and icons. Will a stylus be included with the Black Box? If not, I dread to think of the number of times one needs to clean oily fingerprints and marks from the Black Box each day. Hopefully this concept will be able to make it to the production line sometime in the near future. Its jet black color will definitely sit well with the business community.
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