Excuse me, my origami's ringing

As a newly minted billionaire you already purchase every new Mercedes that comes out and your troubled heir is happily ensconced for another year in the most exclusive Swiss boarding school. You've got it all, except for - the Origami Phone. 
  
UberGizmo.com reports that designer Chengyuan Wei has come up with a prototype folding phone that folds up flat and unfolds three dimensionally like a beautiful paper crane when in use.
 
UberGizmo points out that the creases in the phone wear out over time and that finding a suitable paper thin battery might limit it's usability. Still, as unpractical as it might be, it likely will be highly prized by Asia's Upper Crust.

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