The Chanel Choco phone is a concept conjured up by designer Fred de Garilhe, and apparently Chanel had nothing to do with it. But neither of those facts will stop anyone from lusting for one.
If we understand it right, the phone is supposedly made of two movable parts. When you slide up the right-most column on the 4-by-4 design, it reveals the keypad as well as the screen. The internal optical-fiber system then projects the visual components, such as the digits on the keypad, onto the relevant parts made of still glass. All of which proves the point that, once again, everything sounds brilliant when it's only a concept.
(Source: Crave Asia)