Wed, 6 Feb, 2008
Microsoft showed off at Mix yesterday a breakthrough new technology device, the Windows Mobile oPhone. Designed to compete with Apple’s iPhone, the oPhone is a fold out variable device with three different usable surfaces and a circular display.
The oPhone, in standard mode, is a thin, curvy device topped by a round screen and with the phone keypad surface below. Two other surfaces, the same size and shape as the keypad, can be flipped out. One has a full keyboard, the other a music player control with a wheel control and a few buttons. Flip out all three surfaces, and you have a device shaped like a three winged boomerang, and Microsoft claims it is aerodynamic enough to work exactly like that.
Have a look at video of oPhone. You will be amazed to see its design.
Hey, did you like this phone? Planning to buy it? Well, sorry to say but this is just a joke!!! Someone has circulated this mock video of so called oPhone by Microsoft on YouTube. Some pranks are really crazy. I just can't stop laughing watching this video. Check it out again you will find it damn hillarious, if watched it first very seriously ;). The phone is shown as a strange triple-layered device that is difficult to use. The video also appears to interview the developers of the phone, revealing distorted engineering views and ironic statements from a would-be software developer. Lolzz....
Enjoy it guys.