Nokia handheld concept has removable keyboard

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A newly released patent reveals a new handheld device from Nokia which comes with a removable QWERTY keypad. The patent describes a UMPC device with dual touchscreens and a keyboard that sits on top of one of the screens until it is needed.

They keyboard will slide out when needed for texting or web surfing. When the keyboard is removed, the second display adds on to the first display as one large interface. This patent reveals what might possibly be one cool smart phone. — Andrew Dobrow

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