Huawei isn’t exactly noted for their range of smartphones, while they’re functional, they aren’t exactly groundbreaking in any way. It is then a pleasant surprise to know that Huawei’s latest concept, the Folded Leaf, has proven to be quite an eye-opener – being the company’s first concept phone at the 2011 Salone del Mobile Furniture Fair in Milan. This points toward Huawei taking the step in increasing focus on the end-user experience, which is a concept phone that intends to make the user experience simpler without compromising on design and technological capabilities. This isn’t all of Huawei’s doing though, as it was created in partnership with Claesson Koivisto Rune (CKR), a Stockholm-based architecture and design studio. It does seem as though this conceptual handset is never going to see the light of day though, since current engineering feats aren’t enough to overcome the limitations faced to turn the idea into flesh.
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