An Android phone that slides open to reveal a physical qwerty keyboard inside has launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The F(x)tec Pro1 phone also has a bespoke shutter button on the side to click when taking photos.
The London start-up behind it said it wanted to “return the keyboard” to consumers.
Other handsets with keyboards built in, from brands such as BlackBerry Mobile and Swiss firm Punkt, were also on show.
“A lot of consumer tech still has buttons even though the tech is there to get rid of them,” said Adrian Li Mow Ching, founder of F(x)tec.
“Haptic feedback never gives the same satisfaction as pressing a physical button.”
He said that the folding handsets unveiled by phone giants Huawei and Samsung demonstrated that “people want more than the single slab”.
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