Synaptics Onyx comming with Touch Screen Cell phone

Synaptics Onyx: Number one cell phone company Nokia coming out with a handset design based on a all touch screen concept will surely give the idea a boost, Synaptics was the first company to do so a few weeks a go. It developed its all touch screen phone concept with industrial design company Pilotfish.

Onyx uses Synaptics' ClearPad, an optically clear display solution for creating a fully adaptive user interface. The ClearPad input system eliminates the traditional mechanical keys, just like Aeon, found on phones today and adapts to present the information and controls a user needs at any given moment.

More intelligent than conventional touch screens, Synaptics says ClearPad accurately recognizes not only points and taps, but also shapes, complex gestures, and proximity to the user's finger or cheek. The company asserts this creates new possibilities such as assigning functions to two-finger taps, closing tasks by swiping an "X" over them, sending messages by swiping them off the screen, or answering a phone by holding it up to your cheek.

According Synaptics, the Onyx prototype phone uses a dynamic UI, where applications are layered and opened simultaneously, allow for a seamless flow of information between applications.


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