LG Eagle Phone Contains Duel Touch-Screen Display And A Look Like A Flying Eagle

Who else would like to have a flying eagle like cell phone with ultimate style and functionality? Eugene Kim has designed this great concept phone with duel screen just like that of Nintendo DS, however, those of LG Eagle Phone are superbly touch sensitive. When the phones is flipped out, it looks like an eagle with wide wings spread out open, however, appearance of the phone is equally stylish when it is folded on. These dual multi-touch screens give users unparalel gaming experience while playing various dynamic games. The outer surface also features control buttons that enables the user to operate the phone without even flipping it. The phone was designed to participate on the LG electronic design competition for US region during 2010, however, it hasn’t been selected as the finalist.

Designer : Eugene Kim

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Intel 4004 says: August 25, 2010

so there is a gap when you close your phone. What if people put it in their back pocket? It would damage it.

presto says: August 27, 2010

@Intel 4004
You know what chicks do it deliberately. you know, it gives people extra reason to stare their bums…and i bet this thing is an instant hit for the same reason.

zlatko says: August 28, 2010

nice

dnlnrm09 says: August 29, 2010

Nice ok but Design is not only up to the Form Factor.

Here the Gap doesnt make any sense to look GU d.
Any purpose for providing this gap when closing it.???

superK says: August 29, 2010

I was also thinking the gap would provide a nice stand-up type charging dock system.

vanessaelizebeth says: February 25, 2013

LG Eagle Phone are superbly touch sensitive. When the phones is flipped out, it looks like an eagle with wide wings spread out open, however, appearance of the phone is equally stylish when it is folded on.







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