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iPhone 7 Concept Rendered by Yasser Farahi, Redefines Ultraslim

January 30th, 2015

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If you think about it, we aren’t that far away from the new iPhone of 2015, or better said from the very first leaks, that should start in spring or summer. The iPhone 7 will be very interesting, because aside from making it not bend and giving it a higher resolution, there’s not much to improve.

iPhone 7 Concept Rendered by Yasser Farahi, Redefines Ultraslim

Designer Yasser Farahi, based in Netherlands has a different idea, so he envisioned a brand new iPhone 7 concept. His model is sleeker than ever and offers a very slim bezel. Wireless charging is also present here and apparently, this smartphone is meant for 2016, not this year. The phone keeps the iPhone 6’s rounded and shiny edges, but drops the antenna lines.

He also excluded the protruding camera and moved the volume buttons to the right side of the phone. Stereo sound is also implemented here and it’s activated when needed. For example, when holding the iPhone 7 in landscape mode, iOS 9 and the handset would calculate the position of the device and output the correct channel sound. The iPhone 7 rendered here measures 6.1 mm in thickness, packs a Full HD 4.7 inch screen, 5 GB of RAM, up to 128 GB storage and a 12 MP camera with OIS and 4K video capture.

iPhone 7 Concept Rendered by Yasser Farahi, Redefines Ultraslim

iPhone 7 Concept Rendered by Yasser Farahi, Redefines Ultraslim

iPhone 7 Concept Rendered by Yasser Farahi, Redefines Ultraslim

iPhone 7 Concept Rendered by Yasser Farahi, Redefines Ultraslim

[via Cult of Mac]



HTC One Max Second Gen Rendered by Aitor Amigo

January 29th, 2015

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When HTC One Max was launched in 2013 everyone rushed and called it a failure. We haven’t had any high end HTC phablet since then and now Aitor Amigo has imagined HTC One Max second gen. We also get a full specs list and some detailed design shots.

HTC One Max Second Gen Rendered by Aitor Amigo

I have to say this HTC phone sure is rectangular for a HTC… Anyway, you should know it comes with a 5.96 inch screen with a Quad HD resolution and it gives out the vibe of a Nexus 6 rival. This model measures 7.9 mm in thickness, weighs 159 grams and packs a 24 megapixel camera at the back, plus an 8 MP front shooter and a Snapdragon 810 3 GHz CPU. We’ve got an Adreno 430 GPU on board, 4 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and up to 128 GB in internal storage.

There’s a 3600 mAh battery in the mix, stereo speakers, Gorilla Glass 4 protection and an aluminum unibody design. HTC One Max 2 uses an USB Type C connector with 10 Gbps connectivity, being 20 times faster than microUSB 2.0. It also comes with a dual tone flash, 4G LTE+ and a pretty solid looking design. Nice to see a phone with a USB Type C connector finally.

HTC One Max Second Gen Rendered by Aitor Amigo

HTC One Max Second Gen Rendered by Aitor Amigo

[via Aitor Amigo]

HTC One M9/ Hima Leaks Get Turned Into Renders by Hasan Kaymak

January 28th, 2015

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There’s been a bit of an avalanche of HTC One M9 leaked pictures lately, that have shown us quite the design change. For starters, the BoomSound speakers are much more discrete and the front camera gets more space to play with. Well, Hasan Kaymak took the leaks and created his own vision of the HTC One M9/ HTC Hima.

HTC One M9/ Hima Leaks Get Turned Into Renders by Hasan Kaymak

The concept HTC Hima is actually branded HKI, which is the official Hasan Kaymak Innovations handset brand. The new model features those rounded edges a la iPhone 6, the slits for the BoomSound speakers and a front camera integrated within the central upper part of the device. The HTC One M9 rendered here has minimal bezels and its edges almost go around the handset.

HTC One M9/ Hima Leaks Get Turned Into Renders by Hasan Kaymak

The glass panel seems overlapped on a plastic area and then come the metal sides and rounded metal back. Meanwhile, there were leaks saying that the HTC One M9 would come with 3 GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 810 processor and a 5 inch Full HD screen. I think it’s wise of HTC not to move to Quad HD and I also agree with Huawei, who recently did a study showing that Quad HD on phones is useless.

What do you think of this series of renders?

HTC One M9/ Hima Leaks Get Turned Into Renders by Hasan Kaymak

HTC One M9/ Hima Leaks Get Turned Into Renders by Hasan Kaymak

HTC One M9/ Hima Leaks Get Turned Into Renders by Hasan Kaymak

HTC One M9/ Hima Leaks Get Turned Into Renders by Hasan Kaymak

[via Hasan Kaymak Innovations]

Samsung Galaxy A9 Teased by Kiarash Kia

January 27th, 2015

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Right now, we’ve got 3 Samsung Galaxy A phones on the market, all of them evolved from the Galaxy Alpha. One of them is actually an ultraslim 6.3 mm thick device, the Galaxy A7 and its specs aren’t half bad. I should also add they’re all metallic phones, but now let’s move on to the Samsung Galaxy A9.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Teased by Kiarash Kia

This one is a concept Samsung phone created by Kiarash Kia and I’m expect it to be at least as well specced as the Galaxy S5 or even Note 4. It’s a full aluminum frame handset, with a 5.3 inch Super AMOLED display and its designer claims that this is a mere teaser, so there’s a bit of waiting to do, till the concept is over. More specs and 2D and 3D renders will be coming soon.

Looking at the Galaxy A7, I expect a thin waistline, between 6.3 and 7 mm, as well as an Exynos or Qualcomm CPU inside, 64 bit for sure. There should 2 or 3 GB of RAM available, a 12, 13 or 16 MP camera, but hopefully better than the Galaxy Alpha camera, that’s pretty awful. I’m saying that because I actually got to play with it a little, so I know what I’m talking about. Not much to say about the A9, except for the fact, it will be slim, it will have narrow bezels and a physical Home button upfront.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Teased by Kiarash Kia

[via Kiarash Kia]

Microsoft Surface Lumia Phone Render is Subtle and Discrete

January 27th, 2015

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Sometimes it doesn’t take a flashy concept phone to impress us, but rather a simple, modest and minimalistic one, like the device shown below. Meet the Microsoft Surface Lumia smartphone, rendered by Deviantart user link6155.

Microsoft Surface Lumia Phone Render is Subtle and Discrete

The designer made this smartphone in Photoshop, using its 3D features. This is a bare render, as its creator says, but it’s pretty good. An interesting idea associated to it is being able to plug the phone into an external display and make it a desktop replacement. It would have Windows 10 on board and it’s probably made of magnesium like the Surface tablets.

The Microsoft Surface Lumia handset has 3 capacitive buttons below the display, that are pretty simple and minimal. Seeing how modern UIs are going, the device should probably get virtual buttons instead. The design is pretty basic, rectangular and with pretty big bezels. The camera is minimal, has what seem to be two flashes with true tone color, while the thickness of the Surface Phone seems to reasonable, compared to the Surface tablets, that are chunky.

Add a Snapdragon 810 or Intel CPU and 3 or 4 GB of RAM and it’ll be just perfect.

[via Deviantart]

Puzzlecluster is a Brilliant Idea, Turns Dead Phones into a Super Computer

January 26th, 2015

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Sometimes a concept isn’t exactly defined by a physical gadget, but rather a conglomerate of moving parts. In the case of the Puzzlecluster, the modularity idea goes to a new level, as old phone parts gather together and make a supercomputer.

Puzzlecluster is a Brilliant Idea, Turns Dead Phones into a Super Computer

The company behind Puzzlephone has created something called Puzzlecluster, a scalable supercomputer. It all involves the old processor modules of the Puzzlephone devices, that are repurposed to make a toaster-like computer work, as shown in the diagram above. With so many different smartphone CPUs combined, the cluster will become a powerful PC. Imagine combining last year’s Snapdragon 801 with this year’s Snapdragon 810 something in the middle of next year.

I’m sure that will give any PC enough juice for many midrange tasks. The device even accepts battery modules from the Puzzlephone, in order to keep the device going. The product isn’t exactly meant for homes, since the Puzzlecluster is more of a research device, a data analysis PC, or a rendering farm, server or an in house cloud service product. We compared the initial unit to a toaster, but the final model could be sexier.

And to top it all, it will also be eco-friendly, reducing the waste.

[via puzzlephone]

iPad Pro 12 Inch Tablet Rendered by Martin Hajek, Including an Apple Stylus in the Mix

January 26th, 2015

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Martin Hajek is one of the most respected Apple concept tablet and phone designers I’ve seen on the web till now and today he comes up with a 12 inch iPad Pro, that looks mighty fine and realistic. He also included his design of a fresh Apple stylus.

iPad Pro 12 Inch Tablet Rendered by Martin Hajek, Including an Apple Stylus in the Mix

Although Steve Jobs was always against a stylus, Apple did patent a few technologies related to this method of input quite recently. Back to the iPad Pro, this one is a 12 inch tablet, that keeps the basic design lines of the iPad Mini 3 and Air 2, at least at the back and sides. Upfront, the big bezels are back and this device is said to feature a Touch ID fingerprint scanner as well.

iPad Pro 12 Inch Tablet Rendered by Martin Hajek, Including an Apple Stylus in the Mix

The top and bottom bezel are a bit exaggerated, if you ask me, but other than that, it’s all fine. Volume buttons are pill shaped, there’s no special orientation lock button and the microphone is placed just like on the iPad Air 2. We get quad speakers, two at the bottom and two at the top and the stylus comes with the digital crown of the Apple Watch, as well as bio sensors from the same timepiece and capacitive plus/minus slider for extra operations.

If there’s a company to pull off such a high tech and stylish stylus, that’s Apple!

iPad Pro 12 Inch Tablet Rendered by Martin Hajek, Including an Apple Stylus in the Mix

iPad Pro 12 Inch Tablet Rendered by Martin Hajek, Including an Apple Stylus in the Mix

iPad Pro 12 Inch Tablet Rendered by Martin Hajek, Including an Apple Stylus in the Mix

iPad Pro 12 Inch Tablet Rendered by Martin Hajek, Including an Apple Stylus in the Mix

iPad Pro 12 Inch Tablet Rendered by Martin Hajek, Including an Apple Stylus in the Mix

iPad Pro 12 Inch Tablet Rendered by Martin Hajek, Including an Apple Stylus in the Mix

iPad Pro 12 Inch Tablet Rendered by Martin Hajek, Including an Apple Stylus in the Mix

[via Martin Hajek]

Microsoft Lumia Communicator Concept Gets Rendered on Video, is a Solid Business Machine (Video)

January 25th, 2015

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Designer Omar Pirela has imagined a totally new and original Lumia concept, dubbed Lumia Communicator. It resurrects the good old Nokia Communicator in a new flavour and considering that after the Windows 10 launch event we got a rumor that there was a phone/laptop hybrid in the making, this concept fits right in.

Microsoft Lumia Communicator Concept Gets Rendered on Video, is a Solid Business Machine (Video)

The Lumia Communicator concept is a business smartphone with a special satellite antenna, that should increase the price quite a bit, considering satellite phones cost $1000 or more. The smartphone has a full QWERTY keyboard, full Office apps and even a directional pad is included. We’ve got a 20 megapixel Carl Zeiss back camera with a ring Xenon flash around the cam.

the UI seems black and white somehow, like on that LG Prada Android phone. The OS is Windows 10 and a series of business features and apps are included in the mix as well. There’s a double side AMOLED screen doing the work here and Office 365 is also included. A stylus is all that’s mixing on the road to perfection… Agree?

Microsoft Lumia Communicator Concept Gets Rendered on Video, is a Solid Business Machine (Video)

Microsoft Lumia Communicator Concept Gets Rendered on Video, is a Solid Business Machine (Video)

Microsoft Lumia Communicator Concept Gets Rendered on Video, is a Solid Business Machine (Video)

Microsoft Lumia Communicator Concept Gets Rendered on Video, is a Solid Business Machine (Video)

Microsoft Lumia Communicator Concept Gets Rendered on Video, is a Solid Business Machine (Video)

[via GSMDome]

HTC One M9 Gets a New Approach in Fresh Hass. T Render

January 25th, 2015

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Hass. T has created one or two concept phones before, but today he gives the HTC 2015 flagship a new spin, through the renders below. What you’re seeing here is the almost finalized version of the device, the HTC One M9.

HTC One M9 Gets a New Approach in Fresh Hass. T Render

This model comes in a variety of colors, including slate gray, white/silver, gold, red, blue and pink. This HTC One M9 adopts a slimmer design and also a newer one. It packs a brand new fingerprint scanner, with a system that’s cleverly integrated into the area where the HTC logo is. The designer claims he also implemented a new camera design, with 3 lenses and the main lens is used to focus on the main objects in the picture, while the second lens focuses on the colour and the third on the background.

HTC One M9 Gets a New Approach in Fresh Hass. T Render

This reminds me a bit of Hasan Kaymak’s concept, but the camera alignment is different. There’s also a new BoomSound speaker design, with 4 separate speakers at the front. This means the front camera has to be moved around a bit, to the top center of the device. HTC One M9 comes with two audio jacks in this case and also uses solar power, with solar panels integrated at the top of the M9.

The fully rendered model will be released in mid February!

HTC One M9 Gets a New Approach in Fresh Hass. T Render

HTC One M9 Gets a New Approach in Fresh Hass. T Render

HTC One M9 Gets a New Approach in Fresh Hass. T Render

HTC One M9 Gets a New Approach in Fresh Hass. T Render

[via Hass T]

Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Jermaine Smit in 3 Versions: Z4+, Z4 and Z4 Mini (Video)

January 24th, 2015

Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Jermaine Smit in 3 Versions: Z4+, Z4 and Z4 Mini (Video)Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Jermaine Smit in 3 Versions: Z4+, Z4 and Z4 Mini (Video)Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Jermaine Smit in 3 Versions: Z4+, Z4 and Z4 Mini (Video)Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Jermaine Smit in 3 Versions: Z4+, Z4 and Z4 Mini (Video)Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Jermaine Smit in 3 Versions: Z4+, Z4 and Z4 Mini (Video) (15 votes, average: 4.20 out of 5)

I have seen my share of Sony Xperia Z4 renders, but this one is created by Jermaine Smit and it’s very, very slim. There are actually 3 phone versions, with the main one featuring a5.2 inch 2K display, which is very likely to be featured on the real Z4 model.

Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Jermaine Smit in 3 Versions: Z4+, Z4 and Z4 Mini (Video)

The Sony Xperia Z4+ concept packs a 21.09 megapixel camera, a microSD card slot with support for up to 128 GB, 32 GB or 64 GB of internal storage and 4 GB of RAM. It also has a 2880 mAh battery. There are actually 3 versions that Jermaine Smit rendered, including a 5.2 inch Full HD Z4 unit, with a 21.9 MP camera, 4 GB of RAM and a 2880 mAh battery.

Finally, there’s the Xperia Z4 Mini with a 4.7 inch Full HD display, the same 21.9 MP camera, microSD card slot and 16, 32 or 64 GB of storage, 3 GB of RAM and a 2500 mAh battery. The smartphone is ultraslim in all its 3 versions, it has elegant and slim physical buttons on the sides and rounded top and bottom. It manages to stray a bit from the usual Omnibalance design and includes edge to edge screens, as well as a very big back camera lens.

Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Jermaine Smit in 3 Versions: Z4+, Z4 and Z4 Mini (Video)

Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Jermaine Smit in 3 Versions: Z4+, Z4 and Z4 Mini (Video)

Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Jermaine Smit in 3 Versions: Z4+, Z4 and Z4 Mini (Video)

Sony Xperia Z4 Rendered by Jermaine Smit in 3 Versions: Z4+, Z4 and Z4 Mini (Video)

[Thanks Jermaine Smit]

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