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Submission + - BlackBerry's square-screened phone to free us from our "rectangular world"

EthanV2 writes: Most smartphones produced in 2014 will follow a certain design playbook: rectangular screen, a few buttons around the edges, and just enough thickness to house the internals and the requisite battery. One could argue that this is the idealized design for a touchscreen phone, arrived at after years of research and development and even more years of booming sales. BlackBerry would argue that all phones look like this because innovation is dead.
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BlackBerry's square-screened phone to free us from our "rectangular world"

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