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LG G4 Concept for 2015 is Pretty Much the G3 With Slight Upgrades (Video)

August 29th, 2014

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I can’t tell exactly who created the LG G4 concept, but what’s sure is that TechRush published a video of the render online. This model follows the LG G3, that has been a pretty successful flagship this year, some say even more than the Galaxy S5.

LG G4 Concept for 2015 is Pretty Much the G3 With Slight Upgrades (Video)

The LG G4 is a 2015 flagship, that seems to keep the general lines of its predecessor. The smartphone keeps the physical back buttons, the laser autofocus and the rounded top and bottom, as well as the very narrow bezels. The LG concept phone comes in 5 different colors and integrates 2 W speakers upfront, although I can’t say where, since there also seems to be a speaker at the back.

The newcomer features a 16 megapixel rear camera and a 5.1 MP front shooter with enhanced selfie features. The screen is a 4.7 inch unit, with 170 degree viewing angles and UHD resolution. There’s a Snapdragon 808 CPU inside and 4 GB of RAM, as well as a 4000 mAh battery. Once again the resolution of the screen is 3840 x 2160, which is pretty impressive, but very much overkill, since not even QHD managed to make a high jump from Full HD.

[Via vsgadgets]



Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Victor Cao

August 29th, 2014

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If the leaks regarding Sony Xperia Z3 are true, you can forget about IFA 2014 and the launch of this phone. It’s basically the Xperia Z2 with rounded edges… and perhaps a new camera sensor, but the same resolution. Also, the screen may jump to Quad HD, but what’s the use if it’s a TFT? Anyway, some of us are more optimistic, like Victor Cao, who rendered the Sony Xperia Z4 below.

Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Victor Cao

This one is a phablet level handset, with a 5.5 inch Quad HD display, that uses Triluminos tech and also an IPS-Neo panel. Inside there’s a Snapdragon 810 processor, 4 GB of RAM and a 3500 mAh battery. Android L (or whatever comes next) is available as the OS and we’ve also got a 2/3 inch 22.12 megapixel Exmor RS camera with G Lens and a front 4 megapixel camera with 720p video capture.

The Sony Xperia Z4 concept features dual stereos speakers, a trend started by the Z2 actually and it also has digital noise cancelling. Its body is made of aluminum, uses unibody design and it’s water and dust resilient. I have to say I’m liking the idea, but what’s the deal with the straight edges? If the Xperia Z3 goes round, won’t the Z4 do it as well?

[Thanks Victor Cao]

Moment Smartwatch Goes From Prototype to Preorder Fast

August 28th, 2014

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A good sign that an object is pure quality is how fast it gets from prototype phase to preorder. The Moment Smartwatch is a bracelet or better said the kind of smartwatch you thought about, when you imagined such a device years ago.

Moment Smartwatch Goes From Prototype to Preorder Fast

This model comes with a 0.9 mm edge and uses a stainless steel high end wristband, that offers a 360 degree multipoint touch experience. The display offers 150 DPI electrophoretic screen, one that covers the entire surface of the device. Momentum Labs claims that the surface area of the device is as big as the one of a smartphone. This stylish accessory offers about 30 days of battery life with one charge and integrates a full QWERTY keyboard with number row on the touchscreen.

Moment Smartwatch Goes From Prototype to Preorder Fast

This smartwatch also adds extra features via Snapware, which are pretty much modular features, from the maker and third parties, that add new functions. If you have a look on Kickstarter, you’ll learn that the project earn 4 times more than the needed $100k it needed to get made. The Moment Smartwatch uses a 1.73 inch 150 DPI screen, with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels, a TI Tiva C Series ARM Cortex M4 processor, a nine axis digital motion sensor and a multi point gesture enabled UI.

There’s a 820 mAh battery on board, this model is water resilient and its final weight is less than 100 grams. Brilliant? Preorders are done here.

Moment Smartwatch Goes From Prototype to Preorder Fast

Moment Smartwatch Goes From Prototype to Preorder Fast

Moment Smartwatch Goes From Prototype to Preorder Fast

[via Momentum Labs]

Alex Diaconu Imagines the Perfect Nokia Lumia

August 27th, 2014

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Imagine the perfect blend between a Nokia Xperia and a Sony Lumia… See what I did there? Designer Alex Diaconu found common ground between these brands and created a stunning Phone Concept, that sadly doesn’t have a name, although it’s tagged Lumia on Behance.

Alex Diaconu Imagines the Perfect Nokia Lumia

The designer calls it Nokia-ish and this handset comes with an unibody glossy case. This model is very rounded in the edges area and the upper side is very discrete about the integration of slots and audio jack. The camera is also much less conspicuous than on Lumias, so that’s cool. To be honest, the wallpaper is the one that makes me think of an Xperia, or Sony in general, because of its pattern.

There was a time when Nokia was asking its fans to design the next big phone and they did. They sent in designs, one of them won and the Finns went ahead and made the brilliant Nokia N9. Then everything went downhill and beauty got crushed. However, the Fabula Design changed Nokia’s history and now they’re stuck in that direction. Could this design bring some relief to the repetitive approach of the Microsoft-swallowed company?

Alex Diaconu Imagines the Perfect Nokia Lumia

Alex Diaconu Imagines the Perfect Nokia Lumia

Alex Diaconu Imagines the Perfect Nokia Lumia

Alex Diaconu Imagines the Perfect Nokia Lumia

[via Behance]

Ancel Lim Envisions Windows Phone Device Render

August 27th, 2014

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Ancel Lim has sent us an entire series of his concept phones, some models with Android and some with Windows Phone. They are part of a collection called the 2014 Arvo Series and today we only focus on the Windows Phone model below.

Ancel Lim Envisions Windows Phone Device Render

The model you see here is the Arvo Renegade, while the Raptor and Zeon will be revealed in the future. Ancel Lim wants his smartphone concepts to rival the devices made by Jermaine Smit, under the Hold JS branding and also flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S5, Sony Xperia Z2 and HTC One M8, plus the LG G3. The Arvo Renegade manages to be a Windows Phone handset that doesn’t copy a Lumia, which is high praise nowadays.

Ancel Lim Envisions Windows Phone Device Render

This is an aluminum coated device, with a squared design and some high end specs. The handset features a 5.2 inch Super AMOLED Full HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, an Adrneo 330 GPU and a 13 megapixel rear camera, plus a 2.1 MP front shooter. The device runs Windows Phone 8.1 and doesn’t seem to feature a camera button, which is OK, because WP 8.1 made this requirement optional.

What do you think of this render?

Ancel Lim Envisions Windows Phone Device Render

[Thanks Ancel Lim]

DUO X Concept Phone Takes a Bit of HTC, LG and Oppo

August 26th, 2014

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Sam Tomelleri sent us the following concept phone, that he calls the DUO X and apologizes for his use of a 2D design. That’s just fine, since we got the idea he’s using here. This model is supposed to have been inspired by HTC, LG and Oppo’s design’s.

DUO X Concept Phone Takes a Bit of HTC, LG and Oppo

This model runs Android L and it has an interesting back camera that looks a lot like the one leaked for the Motorola X+1, if I’m not mistaking. There’s also a black area below the camera, probably the laser autofocus borrowed from the LG G3. Finally, this model integrates the front camera very discretely in the upper right corner and adopts very narrow bezels. Its specs include a 5.3 inch Quad HD display, dual front facing 1 W speakers and a Snapdragon 810 processor.

There’s also Android L on board, in fact CyanogenMod 12 based on that OS, which is a premiere for a concept phone. At the back we’ve got a 16 megapixel camera with OIS+, dual flash and laser autofocus, as presumed. Finally, there’s a 3200 mAh battery inside and the design involves an anodized aluminum unibody case. I’d see this as a new Nexus phone. How about you?

[Thanks Sam Tomelleri]

HTC Nexus 6 is “The Right Amount of New”

August 26th, 2014

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And here we are again, with a new HTC Nexus 6 concept, in spite of the fact that the latest rumors peg Motorola as the maker of the Nexus X. Why Nexus X? Because there are copyright problems with Philip K. Dick’s novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”, that features a robot called Nexus 6. Anyway, I digress, so let’s check out the concept…

HTC Nexus 6 is The Right Amount of New

The HTC Nexus 6 features a pretty basic design and keeps the rounded top and bottom of its predecessors. There are also design traits borrowed from modern HTC models, like the top and bottom BoomSound speakers for example. We’ve got Android L on board, with its trademark geometrical shaped Android buttons on the screen. There’s a 13 megapixel back camera with 4K video capture, a feature that has been missing from modern HTC handsets.

At the front we’ve got a 3.2 MP shooter, that I’m sure features a wide angle lens. This Nexus 6 concept features a gunmetal finish case, a Snapdragon 805 processor inside, clocked at 2.5 GHz and 3 GB of RAM. The screen is a 5.5 incher LCD unit, most likely with a Quad HD resolution. What do you make of this HTC Nexus 6 concept? Would Google agree to switch to metal?

[via nexus6now.com]

HTC Omni Luxury Smartwatch Runs Android Wear, Looks Wonderful (Video)

August 25th, 2014

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There are very few things nowadays that can be called “wonderful” and among them there’s this HTC concept smartwatch, created by Vishal Bhanushali. This one is a metallic smartwatch, that’s truly premium and runs Android Wear.

HTC Omni Luxury Smartwatch Runs Android Wear, Looks Wonderful (Video)

It’s also shown in gold, looking absolutely stunning in that flavour. The belt is sectioned, following a trend that has been available on watches for many decades now. Its main body is not square, neither circular, but rather rectangular and slightly curved from the profile. We have a dial on the side of the HTC Omni concept smartwatch and the screen looks great, especially with those animations on top of it and beautiful transitions for the various social networking apps.

Vishal included solar cells in the metal strap for extra battery life and overall this looks like a great piece of work. It also looks pretty resilient, but not exactly waterproof. This is more of a premium product, rather than your run of the mill fitness freak accessory filled with gimmicks. It only serves as an Android Wear machine, with a basic CPU and a premium price for a premium body.

HTC Omni Luxury Smartwatch Runs Android Wear, Looks Wonderful (Video)

[via Vishal Bhanushali]

Nexus 6 3D Concept Looks Hot, Features No Bezels

August 24th, 2014

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The folks of Techfuture4u.com have come up with a brand new Nexus 6 concept, one that yet again adopts the idea of an edge to edge screen, but totally lacking bezels this time. This is a sleek smartphone, that if it were real, it would debut in the following two months or so.

Nexus 6 3D Concept Looks Hot, Features No Bezels

Since there’s a 3D logo in the mix, I’m guessing this one is a 3D handset, most likely aided by cameras like the Amazon Fire Phone, rather than a real stereoscopic screen. The creator of the concept has a very interesting theory, saying that Google will make the Nexus 6, without mentioning a hardware maker. Nexus One was made by HTC, Nexus S by Samsung and then Samsung again with Galaxy Nexus, then finally LG took over the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 handsets.

The Nexus 6 is listed as coming in the second half of 2014, with a true octa core 2.4 GHz processor, 4 GB of RAM and a 20 megapixel ultra low light camera. There’s a 3100 mAh battery inside, a 5 inch 2K display and 64 or 128 GB of storage inside. We’ve got a fingerprint sensor available, as well as an atmosphere and thermo sensor. Would you buy this Nexus 6?

[via techfuture4u.com]

New Microsoft Zune Phone Concept Features Pureview Camera, Aluminum Unibody Design

August 22nd, 2014

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Microsoft Zune Phone has been rendered once or twice before, but given the amount of changes that MS is going through, that’s the least of their concern. Also, Zune has become a taboo brand, but let’s indulge designer Thanh Nguyen and check out this concept phone.

New Microsoft Zune Phone Concept Features Pureview Camera, Aluminum Unibody Design

We’re dealing with a Microsoft Zune smartphone with a 5.5 mm waistline, making it the thinnest handset with Windows Phone ever. It weighs 126 grams and relies on a aluminum unibody design, while inside there’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU and a 3000 mAh battery. This model supports wireless charging with the Qi standard and it comes with a 5 inch Full HD display and a 20 megapixel Pureview camera.

The only thing that bugs me is the fact that this Zune Phone reminds us of the first Windows Phone devices, like the Samsung Omnia 7 or the LG Optimus 7. It’s still much sexier and slimmer than those units and a good thing is that it doesn’t borrow anything from the Lumias. Isn’t this model a bit too narrow to fit enough tiles on the screen?

New Microsoft Zune Phone Concept Features Pureview Camera, Aluminum Unibody Design

[Via Behance]

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