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BARCELONA -- Made by Monohm, a company formed by Apple and Sony alumni, the Runcible is a circular smartphone that looks just like a pocket watch from ages past.
Like the Moto X, the Runcible sports a wooden rear. Monohm says there will be different colors and versions, including a bamboo one.
At the back of the Runcible you'll find a camera, though exact specs have not yet been revealed.
Here's a look under the cover.
Here's another wooden cover that looks really good.
The Runcible keeps it simple with just a Micro-USB port.
Here's the view from the other side.
The Runcible is powered by Firefox, though it will feature some custom tweaks for the round screen.
The Runcible isn't very thick, as you can see.
Here's CNET's Luke Westaway checking out the time. He's only missing the top hat and monocle to look all dashing and posh.
The Runcible can also be used as a navigational tool, with a compass to guide you to your destination.
Here's another view of the Runcible's bottom.
A closer look at the camera.
Check out the beautiful UI of the Runcible.
Here's a lighter colored design.