Melty Chocolate Phone from Japan Looks Good Enough To Eat
The NTT Docomo Melty Chocolate phone is waterproof, has an eight-megapixel camera, digital TV tuner, etc, but it's the design of the phone, made to look like a melting bar of chocolate, that makes it impressive. Even the menus and default wallpaper on the phone are "chocolate-themed." It's a collaboration between Sharp and Q-Pot, the Tokyo-based accessory brand founded by the designer Wakamatsu Tadaaki that makes pastry-inspired jewelry and accessories. In addition, the phone has a whole series of optional straps that look like cupcakes and macarons. His and hers! Japan-only, duh.
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