Concept phone with two touch screens from Fujitsu

The Japanese company Fujitsu demonstrated the concept of a phone with two touch screens during the CEATEC exhibition in Tokyo.

At first sight it seems that the device is a traditional clamshell, but it is not. In fact, the two parts of the device can be located not only at each other, but in parallel.

Both displays have a resolution of 960×480 pixels. However, the key feature of this phone is its interface that allows you to work simultaneously with two screens. Thus, on one of the displays you can view miniature pictures in the gallery and if you select one of the photos, you can have a closer look at it on the second screen.

Fujitsu representatives did not report the release date  and the cost of the unusual phone. Most likely, it will be sold only in Japan.

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  • Anonymous

    I fail to see any real advantage here. I wish there was a way to make screen typing even remotely accurate or comfortable as the standard QWERTY keyboard. Until then, touch screen only devices will be practically useless for even moderately intensive text entry. I call useless bling on this one.