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Like my other entry, I tried to come up with a different concept, but you could consider this the iPhone Nano. It's encased in a white material that is the same as the face of the iPod Classic. From left to right you can see the front of the phone, the next two show the phone open, the third is a side view of the phone closed, and the last being the back of the phone closed. When open and vertical, the left screen shows the menus while the right shows the Now Playing Menu. When open a horizontal the top screen will show the menu or whatever other task you are doing while the bottom shows Now Playing. This allows one to browse the Internet with the top screen and manage media such as movies or music with the bottom. This is a device made for multi-taskers. The bottom will also display a virtual keyboard when toggled between screens. There are six speakers total on the device, two on the outside face and four on the inside. When closed, the front two speakers are on, but when open one has the option to use all of them. This allows users to share their music in a big way. There is a camera located on the back of the device. When using it, one screen shows what the camera is looking at, while the other would show options such as zoom in or out as well as capture and such. The screen on the front is capable of displaying "Now Playing" as well when the device is closed. It is touch-screen as well, but sensitivity is cut off when the Hold Switch is activated (found at the top of the device). It only displays volume, and the next and previous song arrows, though. Since most people love to slide their phone is their pocket, the headphone jack is located on the top. Vieo-playback can be set for either screen, but they would play on the top by default. Unlike my other entries, this one does not come with a stylus. It's designed to be held with both hands, while the thumbs are used for pressing buttons. I'm sure there are other ways it could be used, though. I think that's all I wanted to say. If I forgot anything I guess I'm s.o.l. Thanks for reading smile.

Demorrius Sims
Stockbridge, GA

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