Meet PaperPhone, the world’s first flexible smartphone


It’s Mother’s Day, but since cellphones are more important than our moms, I thought you’d be interested with this new device.

Researchers in Canada have unveiled a prototype of their PaperPhone, a flexible paper-thin smartphone that is pretty much capable of doing what your current phone does, such as make calls, send text messages, display books, play music and navigate apps. But here’s the interesting part: the PaperPhone uses no power when nobody is interacting with it.

See the whole thing after the jump.