Transparent smartphones are around the web ever since the concept phone designs thrived during the time of greatest mobile releases. The sci-fi world added the fuel for the geekdom’s hankering of such a device, from their versions of the movies. Transparent phones have joined the race now. Polytron, Apple, Nokia, Samsung… the contestants are busy with their own versions.
Last year, a few glimpses of ‘transparency’ emerged from the hypes. (Transparent OLED’s, flexible battery and a few unofficial announcements from the consumer companies). Polytron Technologies have taken the pride to bust all the hypes about transparent phones by revealing their prototype of a real one.
The phone has a multitouch transparent OLED with a conductive surface filled with liquid crystal molecules. The device is believed to be available in the consumer market by the end of 2013, with more features like a transparent microphone, speakers and touchscreens on both the sides. Though there are a few opaque objects like the SD card, batteries and a few circuitry, the prototype looks so promising as shown in the following video (Courtesy: Mobile Geeks):