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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.

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Like the Moto X, the Runcible sports a wooden rear. Monohm says there will be different colors and versions, including a bamboo one.

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At the back of the Runcible you'll find a camera, though exact specs have not yet been revealed.

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Here's a look under the cover.

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Here's another wooden cover that looks really good.

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The Runcible keeps it simple with just a Micro-USB port.

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Here's the view from the other side.

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The Runcible is powered by Firefox, though it will feature some custom tweaks for the round screen.

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The Runcible isn't very thick, as you can see.

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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.

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The Runcible can also be used as a navigational tool, with a compass to guide you to your destination.

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Here's another view of the Runcible's bottom.

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A closer look at the camera.

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Check out the beautiful UI of the Runcible.

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Here's a lighter colored design.

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