Taiwanese company, Polytron Technologies, is working to produce a completely transparent Smartphone
Polytron is working on getting the hardware components of the Smarpthone up and running, there is no software running on the prototype as its main goal is showcase the early stages of hardware integration and to get OEMs excited about the potential of Polytrons technology. This is an interesting beginning for something that most consider a piece of tech that we would only see in Sci-Fi flicks. As you can see from the photos below it is totally transparent. Well, as transparent as current technologies will allow, there are some prototypes for transparent batteries out there, but SIM cards, SD cards and microphones aren’t quite there yet.
Taking a closer look at the Smartphone hardware that isn’t transparent, the most glaring is the SD card, to minimize the visual impact the SIM card will be placed directly above it as you can see in the close up below they’ve left a gap. Powering this technology demo is 2 small batteries to demonstrate that they will be able to transfer power to various components, in the video below you can see Sascha switch the LED on. At the top we’ve got a camera, speaker and a microphone.
Source: Mobile Geek