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Futuristic Oppo x Nendo Foldable Slide Phone Concept Folds Down To The Size of a Credit Card

Oppo has teamed up with Nendo, Japanese industrial design studio, to come up with futuristic, conceptual phone design, Slide-Phone. These two companies explored the possibilities of future design, they worked closely to come up with unique insights and exploration into form design, materials, and interaction. After OPPO X 2021 rollable conceptual handset, “Slide-Phone” has been […]

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