The full-colour, high-resolution smartphone, named ReFlex, combines multitouch with bend input and allows users to experience physical tactile feedback when interacting with their apps through bend gestures.
'This represents a completely new way of physical interaction with flexible smartphones,' said Roel Vertegaal, director of the Human Media Lab at Queen's University in Canada.
'When this smartphone is bent down on the right, pages flip through the fingers from right to left, just like they would in a book. More extreme bends speed up the page flips,' said Vertegaal.

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'Users can feel the sensation of the page moving through their fingertips via a detailed vibration of the phone. This allows eyes-free navigation, making it easier for users to keep track of where they are in a document,' he said.
"When a user plays the 'Angry Birds' game with ReFlex, they bend the screen to stretch the sling shot. As the rubber band expands, users experience vibrations that simulate those of a real stretching rubber band," Vertegaal added.