Introducing ReFlex: World’s First Bendable Smartphone

Usually, if you bend your smartphone, you'd probably need to buy another. However, Queen's University's Human Media Lab have created what they call the world's first bendable, wireless smartphone.

Dubbed the ReFlex, the phone allows users to use bend gestures to interact with their apps. For example, bending it down to the right will flip through pages like they would in a book, giving you the sensation of the page moving through their fingertips, thanks to a detailed vibration of the phone.

For now, the ReFlex is only a research project, but could attribute to similar tech in the future. Read more about it on the Queen's University website.