BARCELONA, Spain -- In the future, the world will be full of wearables and smartphones that can bend whatever way you want -- at least, that's what Kyocera imagines it will be.
At MWC this year, the Japanese phone company showed off some of its quirky concept devices, along with its family of waterproof Hydro smartphones.
Though none of these devices are officially brewing inside Kyocera's R&D arm, they are still enticing to think about it.
Check out Kyocera's vision of the future via the slideshow below and be sure to check out more of CNET's MWC 2014 coverage.
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