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Apple Glass Concept Is Posh, Elegant, Meant for 2018

October 29th, 2014

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Today we’ve come across a brand new smart glasses concept, one that’s branded Apple. Meet the Apple Glass concept, shown below and looking like a pretty fashionable piece of gear. Since wearables have become so big that Apple has gone the Watch way, why not do the same with glasses?

Apple Glass Concept Is Posh, Elegant, Meant for 2018

The headset shown here is sophisticated, slim and discrete. It could easily be confused with a pair of regular glasses, to be honest. The design is oriented to the conventional eye glasses and the device comes with a variety of lenses. There’s a special projector in the mix, that combined with an adaptive glass tech, will allow the user to check out the latest info he needs, without losing any part of the viewing space.

Apple Glass Concept Is Posh, Elegant, Meant for 2018

Sensors will also be included here to make sure the brightness is set perfectly and the data is shown with no problem even in sunlight. There are three switches at the top of the Apple Glass, used to change volume or turn on/off the device. There’s a microphone built in, an ear speaker and support for Siri and voice calls. Basically, it’s like having a pair of hipster glasses with a small pen glued to the side, if you want a rough comparison.

Expect to be become real around 2018, according to the designer.

Apple Glass Concept Is Posh, Elegant, Meant for 2018

Apple Glass Concept Is Posh, Elegant, Meant for 2018

Apple Glass Concept Is Posh, Elegant, Meant for 2018

Apple Glass Concept Is Posh, Elegant, Meant for 2018

[via handybus.de]



Domino Nexus Marble is an Edge to Edge Smartphone With a Back Side Notification Area

October 28th, 2014

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We have seen some variations on the theme of Nexus handsets, but this one here is supposed to take it to the next level. Created by TimmyRay1992, the Domino Nexus Marble is a concept flagship and it’s the follow-up to the Domino Nexus Zero.

Domino Nexus Marble is an Edge to Edge Smartphone With a Back Side Notification Area

This one is supposed to be a feature intensive handset and a sort of pocket computer. Its specs are out of this world, including the support for installing SLR lenses with adapters for enhanced photography. The Domino Nexus Marble includes a 4K Super AMOLED 6.5 inch display, Android 5.0 Lollipop as the OS, an AMD A10 quad core APU and 8 GB of RAM. There’s 250 GB of storage inside, a dual microSD and SD card slot and a huge rear 80 megapixel camera with optional magnetic SLR lens adapters.

There are 5 LED and 2 Xenon flashes, as well as laser point and focus. There’s a secondary 14 megapixel camera (post focus) and a 12 MP front shooter, as well as Triple Dolby virtual surround rear speakers. That bit at the back is a LCD stripe that shows notifications and more. We’ve got a fingerprint reader built into the Home button.

[via Deviantart]

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

October 27th, 2014

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Who other than Hasan Kaymak could design such a punk rock phone like the HTC One Bloom 3? It’s made of solid metal, at least at the top and bottom and it features a screen that makes the images pop up. It also seems to run Android 5.0 Lollipop and it has minimal bezels.

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a concept that features very discretely hidden BoomSound speakers, within the metallic “caps” at the top and bottom. This time the body is rounded both at the edges and at the corners, plus the profile slightly. The only thing not shown clearly here is the back of the phone, that could hide anything. I’m expecting an Ultrapixel camera in there, maybe with a fingerprint scanner next to it and a special pulse sensor, who knows?

If HTC were cool and since they seem to like accessories, they may as well release a magnetic accessory that brings you those features altogether, instead of being mainstream. This way you can buy a cheaper HTC One Bloom 3 without OIS, fingerprint scanner, extra Duo camera and other crazy sensors/features, or you can purchase the attached magnetic mechanism with all the goods. What do you think?

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

[via Hasan Kaymak]

iPhone 6c Render Finalized by Kiarash Kia

October 27th, 2014

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A while ago we teased you with this iPhone 6c render from Kiarash Kia and today we’re back with its finalized version. The device is the affordable version of the iPhone 6 and the follow-up to the iPhone 5c. Let’s see what this concept is about!

iPhone 6c Render Finalized by Kiarash Kia

The design will be slightly different from the iPhone 6, but the basic elements from that model will be kept, with some feats from the iPhone 5s also borrowed. This is apparently a big optimization, not exactly a new design. The creator of the concept claims this unit is 0% prone to bending, which is good. This model has low bezels and the “second camera” position has been optimized, apparently. I see a variety of color choices for cases here and the Touch ID typical ring on the Home button.

The general design lines remind me more of the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5, rather than the new generation. Let’s be honest, though, the iPhone 5c wasn’t exactly a hit, compared to the other iPhones, so why make a 6c? If one wants colors, he may as well purchase a special case for the device.

iPhone 6c Render Finalized by Kiarash Kia

iPhone 6c Render Finalized by Kiarash Kia

iPhone 6c Render Finalized by Kiarash Kia

iPhone 6c Render Finalized by Kiarash Kia

iPhone 6c Render Finalized by Kiarash Kia

iPhone 6c Render Finalized by Kiarash Kia

[via Kiarash Kia]

BlackBerry Z70 Concept Feature a Bezel-Free Front

October 26th, 2014

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BlackBerry is having a pretty good time over the past weeks, thanks to the sales of the BlackBerry Passport model, but how about new formats? They’ve tackled the crazy square phone and the 7 inch tablet already, but today we uncover the BlackBerry Z70, a bezel-free handset with a 6.7 inch display. It’s the creation of Deviantart user Suwhenzetie.

BlackBerry Z70 Concept Feature a Bezel Free Front

This big BlackBerry phablet has a Super AMOLED 2560 x 1440 pixel panel, with 438 ppi density. This doesn’t include its e-Ink Touch Display Bezel. We’ve got rear facing stereo speakers and a touch sensitive volume rocker. The entire device is the size of the BlackBerry Playbook’s active screen. The E Ink Toolbelt area will allow the user to pick a few options or deactivate it if they want to. The texture of the back of the phone reminds me of the BlackBerry Z10 and feels very grippy.

The BlackBerry Z70 concept also looks very slim, well balanced and from profile it looks like a Fabula Design Nokia. Many people consider the Nexus 6 too big at 6 inches, so how about this 6.7 inch device? It’s certainly too big to be a phone and one whole inch larger in display compared to the Galaxy Note 4. Would this mammoth work?

[via Deviantart]

Apple iWear is a Bracelet That Turns Into a Flexible Phone

October 26th, 2014

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I can’t shake the feeling I’ve seen this concept before… Anyway, meet the Apple iWear, a flexible phone also serving as a bracelet, that can curved smoothly on your wrist. The creation of Sunfer Ho, this device seems to date from before iOS 8, as shown by the older on screen UI.

Apple iWear is a Bracelet That Turns Into a Flexible Phone

The product is sleek, slim and seems to adopt a pretty bizarre top and bottom area. There’s a flexible display in the mix and the iWear also uses a flexible PCB, flexible battery and an antimagnetic material, plus a magnetic flexible body. Apparently, the iWear also includes a projector and even does motion sensing, replacing a Kinect or Wii. It incorporates a microphone, speaker and the material mentioned here sounds pretty sci fi, since I can’t recall a real one that has all these properties.

So, we’re dealing with a bracelet that’s also a phone, it’s flexible, thin, it has a projector and a 3D camera. Well, there would have to be one hell of a battery inside to juice up this gear, or a brand new type of power source to make it work. What do you think?

Apple iWear is a Bracelet That Turns Into a Flexible Phone

Apple iWear is a Bracelet That Turns Into a Flexible Phone

Apple iWear is a Bracelet That Turns Into a Flexible Phone

[via Yanko Design]

Ritot Smartwatch Concept Projects Information on Your Hand, Will Actually Get Made (Video)

October 24th, 2014

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While the idea of a projector phone is retried every two years or so, this is the first time I’ve seen a viable projector smartwatch. It’s called Ritot and managed to get over $1 million in funding on Indiegogo, so I guess it’s happening!

Ritot Smartwatch Concept Projects Information on Your Hand, Will Actually Get Made (Video)

This smartwatch concept is able to project emails, notifications and other info straight onto your hand. Ritot relies on a pico projector and displays personalized content onto the top of your hand. The product comes in 4 sizes, a variety of colors and a special sport band. It will be priced at $120 and available from early 2015 to backers of the project. The smartwatch will also show incoming caller ID, texts, emails, calendar alerts, weather alerts and Facebook messages.

Ritot Smartwatch Concept Projects Information on Your Hand, Will Actually Get Made (Video)

The projection used here allows the info to be seen both at day and night and thanks to the high quality materials, the product has expanded operation life. Over 20 colors for projection image are available and the projection disappears automatically in 10 seconds. The smartwatch is waterproof, has an unisex design and a 24 or 12 hour time display mode. Ritot is a circular bracelet, that features an accelerometer, Bluetooth, an impressive 1500 mAh battery and light modulators.

There will also be a charging cradle in the mix. Would you buy it?

Ritot Smartwatch Concept Projects Information on Your Hand, Will Actually Get Made (Video)

Ritot Smartwatch Concept Projects Information on Your Hand, Will Actually Get Made (Video)

Ritot Smartwatch Concept Projects Information on Your Hand, Will Actually Get Made (Video)

Ritot Smartwatch Concept Projects Information on Your Hand, Will Actually Get Made (Video)

Ritot Smartwatch Concept Projects Information on Your Hand, Will Actually Get Made (Video)

[via Indiegogo]

Sony Xperia X Rendered by uva7 Dance; Bonus: There’s also a Sony X Watch!

October 24th, 2014

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Sony Xperia X is a brand new concept phone, that keeps the standard Xperia styling and brings specs that some people would call high end. I say “some people”, because part of the specs feel high end and a part midrange. This one is a 5 inch Full HD smartphone with a Super AMOLED panel, created by uva7 dance.

Sony Xperia X Rendered by uva7 Dance; Bonus: Theres also a Sony X Watch!

The Sony Xperia X comes with 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage, a 20 megapixel main camera and dual LED flash. There’s an 8 megapixel front shooter, stereo sound, a 3000 mAh battery and a 6.4 mm thick case. This model has dual SIM slots, both nano SIM models, with dual standby support. This model seems to combine metal and glass, with the former on the sides and the latter at the back and front. If this model feels familiar, well, know that Uva7 Dance also rendered similar phones before, not changing very much about the designs over time.

Sony Xperia X Rendered by uva7 Dance; Bonus: Theres also a Sony X Watch!

We also got a Sony X Watch render, that feels elegant compared to the previous sporty Sony watches. The belt of the watch feels a bit antique to me, while the circular design was pretty predictable. The specs of the Sony X Watch include a 1.5 inch 660 x 660 pixel Super AMOLED display, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage and a 500 mAh battery, all of them high end specs, by smartwatch standards. This watch measures 8.9 mm in thickness.

Sony Xperia X Rendered by uva7 Dance; Bonus: Theres also a Sony X Watch!

Sony Xperia X Rendered by uva7 Dance; Bonus: Theres also a Sony X Watch!

[via uva7 dance]

HTC One M9 is Back and Features Back Cover With Unique Texture, Full Aluminum Case

October 23rd, 2014

HTC One M9 is Back and Features Back Cover With Unique Texture, Full Aluminum CaseHTC One M9 is Back and Features Back Cover With Unique Texture, Full Aluminum CaseHTC One M9 is Back and Features Back Cover With Unique Texture, Full Aluminum CaseHTC One M9 is Back and Features Back Cover With Unique Texture, Full Aluminum CaseHTC One M9 is Back and Features Back Cover With Unique Texture, Full Aluminum Case (14 votes, average: 3.86 out of 5)

Hasan Kaymak is back with a fresh HTC One M9 concept phone, this time a model with a full aluminum body and an unique texture at the back. This one is the creation of Hasan Kaymak and it’s an excellent evolution of the current HTC One M8.

HTC One M9 is Back and Features Back Cover With Unique Texture, Full Aluminum Case

The back cover is all aluminum and the texture seems to involve a pattern similar to the one of a beehive, with water droplets placed on top, if the designer allows me this metaphor. The design is slim, the bezels have become more minimal and the Android buttons are virtual here. The BoomSound speakers are still here, at the top and bottom, but they’re highlighted through a special shadow and deep cut into the metal, that makes the device have more personality.

HTC One M9 is Back and Features Back Cover With Unique Texture, Full Aluminum Case

If you have a look at the second picture below, HTC One M9 will instantly remind you of the leather imitation of the Galaxy Note 4, but with a slightly modified texture. I’d even go as far as compare to the armor of Batman in the Dark Knight movies, but that’s a bit exaggerated. There’s still a Duo Camera on board, as well as a dual flash. I imagine there’s a Snapdragon 805 or 810 inside, Android Lollipop and 3 GB of RAM.

Fancy?

[via Hasan Kaymak Innovations]

Microsoft Windows Watch Justifies a Square Watch Face

October 21st, 2014

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Usually I praise round smartwatches a lot, but seeing how well little square tiles blend together on a square screen, I fell in love with the format. Deani Hansen from Denmark has imagined the Windows Watch concept design shown below.

Microsoft Windows Watch Justifies a Square Watch Face

This is more of an UI concept rather than a device concept and it feels very user-friendly. We’ve got transparent tiles, small little squares that stand for apps and services, including Nokia HERE and Skype. Cortana is included as well, plus some camera shortcuts, probably triggering cameras on Lumia devices, with the watch as remote. I noticed that apps are crazy simple in design, going as far as to show them with mere white highlights.

Even the crazy iOS 7 would be jealous of this approach. There’s a Health feature here, multitasking with square thumbnails for apps and a very pretty phone calling area, with an enlarged view of the caller’s avatar. You can also text a reply when someone is calling. Now just imagine a smartwatch that features the same design as the Surface tablets, but in a minimal version.

Microsoft Windows Watch Justifies a Square Watch Face

Microsoft Windows Watch Justifies a Square Watch Face

Microsoft Windows Watch Justifies a Square Watch Face

Microsoft Windows Watch Justifies a Square Watch Face

Microsoft Windows Watch Justifies a Square Watch Face

Microsoft Windows Watch Justifies a Square Watch Face

Microsoft Windows Watch Justifies a Square Watch Face

[via Behance]

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