South Korean mobile phone maker Pantech has shown off a handset featuring "finger writing recognition", which the company claims is "unique" and something that could change the way we text on our mobiles.
You can still text via keys with the PC-2800, but the clamshell’s touch-sensitive keypad also lets you draw out characters with your fingers, with software translating your strokes into numbers and letters.
The phone itself is a fairly standard tri-band GSM phone with a 2-inch, 262,144-colour main display and a 1.2-inch, 65,536 secondary panel. There’s also a 1.3MP camera.
As yet, there’s no details on price or if this phone will make it to the UK.
Via The Register