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Nokia Aquaman Render Looks Fancy and Glossy

October 1st, 2014

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Created by Lucas Silva, the Nokia Aquaman concept has glossy sides that make me think of glass and also it kind of strays from the Fabula Design, which is not a bad thing, because we need a bit of originality every once in a while.

Nokia Aquaman Render Looks Fancy and Glossy

The Nokia Aquaman is a waterproof phone, with a Snapdragon 810 processor inside, an Adreno 430 GPU and a 20 megapixel Pureview camera, with Carl Zeiss lens and dual LED flash. This concept has a 5 megapixel front camera with flash, so it’s also a selfie phone. There’s Gorilla Glass 4 applied here, Dolby Digital tech and 4G LTE as well. The handset offers up to 128 GB of storage and guess what…

The same designer is also working on a Nokia Lumia Watch, so let’s see how he does there. The Aquaman keeps a bit of the identity of the Lumia 930, but it changes the sides in an interesting way, one that makes me think of Xperias maybe.

Nokia Aquaman Render Looks Fancy and Glossy

Nokia Aquaman Render Looks Fancy and Glossy

Nokia Aquaman Render Looks Fancy and Glossy

Nokia Aquaman Render Looks Fancy and Glossy

Nokia Aquaman Render Looks Fancy and Glossy

Nokia Aquaman Render Looks Fancy and Glossy

Nokia Aquaman Render Looks Fancy and Glossy

[via Lucas Silva]



HTC Flexible Phone Design Borrows Its Format to LG, Motorola and Even Apple

October 1st, 2014

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Sent to us by Afshin Khademi Parvin, the following concept phone is said to be a HTC, but its flexible format may also be adopted by the likes of LG, Motorola and even Apple. The handset doesn’t exactly have a name and it’s an 8 shaped piece of wonder, that has strangely placed capacitive buttons.

HTC Flexible Phone Design Borrows Its Format to LG, Motorola and Even Apple

The UI seems to include BlinkFeed, as shown here, with a bit more personalization. The Android buttons are Back, Home and Menu and they’re placed on the side, when looking at the phone in portrait mode. The notifications and quick settings are also placed on the side, also when seem from the portrait. The phone’s back texture looks very nice and there’s a slight leathery texture here, combined with a wooden vibe.

This HTC flexible phone has one of the best looking series of volume buttons I’ve seen in a long while, although they stick out a bit too much. There are also BoomSound speakers here and a variety of colors for the case. The unit integrates a 5.5 inch display and can be customized by the user as he pleases. For those wondering, the concept phone was created in Rhino, Keyshot and Photoshop.

HTC Flexible Phone Design Borrows Its Format to LG, Motorola and Even Apple

HTC Flexible Phone Design Borrows Its Format to LG, Motorola and Even Apple

HTC Flexible Phone Design Borrows Its Format to LG, Motorola and Even Apple

HTC Flexible Phone Design Borrows Its Format to LG, Motorola and Even Apple

HTC Flexible Phone Design Borrows Its Format to LG, Motorola and Even Apple

[via afshin khademi parvin]

Martin Hajek Creates Bent iPhone 6 and We’re Not Even Joking

September 30th, 2014

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Martin Hajek is responsible for the most realistic Apple concepts ever, most of them being spot on with the real devices. Today I’ve found his new creation, the bent iPhone 6, that’s supposed to be a rival for the Samsung Galaxy Round.

Martin Hajek Creates Bent iPhone 6 and Were Not Even Joking

We’re dealing with a really curved model here, one that can actually take a bending without croaking and cracking. The bent iPhone 6 seems to be made of metal, but some of its shiny allure makes me think of a special material of sorts, maybe plastic, maybe something else. Basically, this concept looks like an ordinary iPhone 6, but one that has survived bending somehow.

The curve is more subtle than the one of the Galaxy Round and he handset is sexier. The problem is that a curved iPhone would require a curved battery and a curved display, which I don’t think LG is willing to share right now, since they’re the ones that actually made those viable on the LG G Flex. Would this even work?

Martin Hajek Creates Bent iPhone 6 and Were Not Even Joking

Martin Hajek Creates Bent iPhone 6 and Were Not Even Joking

Martin Hajek Creates Bent iPhone 6 and Were Not Even Joking

Martin Hajek Creates Bent iPhone 6 and Were Not Even Joking

Martin Hajek Creates Bent iPhone 6 and Were Not Even Joking

Martin Hajek Creates Bent iPhone 6 and Were Not Even Joking

[via Martin Hajek]

HTC One M9 2015 Rendered by Hasan Kaymak Innovations (Video)

September 30th, 2014

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Every other week or so we get a HTC One M9 concept in the mail, but none as detailed as the ones created by Hasan Kaymak. He even goes through the trouble of creating a packaging for the device and there’s also a video of the 2015 flagship below.

HTC One M9 2015 Rendered by Hasan Kaymak Innovations (Video)

The specs are bit overkill, but overkill is the name of the game nowadays, right? We’re dealing with a HTC One M9 2015 concept that features a 64 bit octa core processor, 4 GB of RAM and a huge 6200 mAh Lithium-Sulfur battery. It has a Quad HD 5 inch screen, a 21 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a front 5 megapixel shooter for selfies. There’s a Duo microphone on board and a multifunctional kickstand.

The kickstand works as a cover for the nano SIM and microSD card slots and we’ve got pogo pins to add external adapters, like an LED flash at the front or back. You can also attach an external battery, external camera and other pieces. The body is made of aluminum, as far as I can see and the HTC One M9 also brings a fingerprint scanner and a heart rate sensor. BoomSound speakers are obviously here, but if you ask me, the really cool part of this smartphone is its modularity.

HTC One M9 2015 Rendered by Hasan Kaymak Innovations (Video)

HTC One M9 2015 Rendered by Hasan Kaymak Innovations (Video)

HTC One M9 2015 Rendered by Hasan Kaymak Innovations (Video)

HTC One M9 2015 Rendered by Hasan Kaymak Innovations (Video)

HTC One M9 2015 Rendered by Hasan Kaymak Innovations (Video)

[via Hasan Kaymak]

Motorola Nexus 6 Rendered by Teshan Nanayakkara

September 28th, 2014

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In case you’re wondering “why doesn’t this concept look like the Motorola Shamu?”, well it appears the designer made this Motorola Nexus 6 before the leak. Teshan Nanayakkara is the creator of the smartphone and he keeps the rounded top and bottom that are typical to a Nexus unit.

Motorola Nexus 6 Rendered by Teshan Nanayakkara

This model reminds me of a Nexus 4 and I can see there’s a dual LED flash placed at the back, together with a dimple with the Motorola logo on it. Motorola Nexus 6 integrates a Quad HD 5.9 inch display, as officially rumored and it also adopts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 2.7 GHz processor, 3 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of storage. There’s a 3200 mAh battery inside, a 13 megapixel camera at the back with OIS+ and a front 2.1 MP shooter.

Nexus 6 comes with wireless charging, stereo speakers (probably placed at the front), active display and Android Lion as the OS. I can’t tell if this model has glass, plastic or some other material at the back, but what I can tell is that the facade reminds me of an elongated Galaxy Nexus, which is not exactly a bad thing. The bezels are kind of big though for current standards…

[via Teshan Nanayakkara]

iPhone 6 Bend Is Here, Complete With Video

September 28th, 2014

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The series of mockups and mockery regarding the iPhone 6 Plus bending issues (#bendgate) continues, this time with a device that’s part jest and part concept. Created by Jermaine Smit, the iPhone 6 Bend is shown below and even gets a presentation video.

iPhone 6 Bend Is Here, Complete With Video

The handset has a familiar design, but also has the ability to slightly bend at its middle part, sort of like a recliner. What I like most about this concept is the way the raw metal is sticking out of the sides of the phone. If this is supposed to be a real phone, I guess that bending it in the middle is not a good idea, since it would decrease the structural integrity of the iPhone 6 Bend. If there’s actually flexible technology behind, like the one of the LG G Flex, it may work… or not.

If it’s a joke (which it probably is), then Apple fans will surely get angry about it. In the end it’s all caused by 9 people saying their iPhone 6 Plus units were bent… Should we make such a huge fuss about this? What about the LG G3 cracked lower edge? What about the HTC One chipping? And what about the Sony waterproof tablet that wasn’t waterproof? Also, what do you think of the iPhone 6 bend repair kit?

[via Jermaine Smit]

Microsoft Smartwatch Concept Runs Windows Wear 8.1, Looks Pretty Solid

September 28th, 2014

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After seeing the slightly underwhelming Apple Watch, I’d say that the battle for smartwatch market supremacy is still wide open, right? Well, Microsoft may as well take advantage of this void of power, especially if their smartwatch is as solid as the concept below. Enter, the Microsoft Smartwatch:

Microsoft Smartwatch Concept Runs Windows Wear 8.1, Looks Pretty Solid

Designer Eric Huismann has come up with this product, that relies on something called Windows Wear 8.1, a special small screen version of Windows Phone. The Microsoft smartwatch is shown in a variety of colors and it features a front camera, used to take selfies. Notifications will obviously be available, as well as text messages and IM straight from the watch. You’ll also be able to call the people from this device, through a very simple interface.

Microsoft Smartwatch Concept Runs Windows Wear 8.1, Looks Pretty Solid

The watch adopts a squared format and shows small live tiles, that will keep you posted regarding what’s happening around you. Some of the design lines and maybe the material may be borrowed from the Surface, so we may be dealing with a magnesium body here. We’ve got a 1.45 inch display and an advanced dual core processor inside. Skype is associated with the front camera and there will thousands of apps for the watch at launch.

Cortana is also included in the equation and it’s so much improved that it eliminates the need for a keyboard. Do you fancy the Microsoft Smartwatch?

Microsoft Smartwatch Concept Runs Windows Wear 8.1, Looks Pretty Solid

Microsoft Smartwatch Concept Runs Windows Wear 8.1, Looks Pretty Solid

Microsoft Smartwatch Concept Runs Windows Wear 8.1, Looks Pretty Solid

Microsoft Smartwatch Concept Runs Windows Wear 8.1, Looks Pretty Solid

[via die-smartwatch.de]

Motorola RX Render Uses a Futuristic Design Format

September 27th, 2014

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Mladen Milic has sent us another interesting Motorola concept phone, that he calls the Motorola RX. This device follows the idea that all modern handset makers create lookalike phones. All of them are rectangular, but the Motorola RX goes a different way.

Motorola RX Render Uses a Futuristic Design Format

This concept stands out of the crowd, through a fresh approach. It’s supposed to be an eye catcher and its special edges are designed to offer better grip. The Motorola logo is supposed to glow on each side as a notification alert, which is a pretty cool thing. The glow can be seen even when the handset is set on the table, either on the back or on the front. The back of the Motorola RX is slightly rounded, to make it fit the palm better.

The smartphone features a 5 inch AMOLED display, a quad core 2.5 GHz processor and 3 GB of RAM. It has dual speakers, a water resistant chassis and a 10 megapixel rear camera. There’s a 5 megapixel front camera and the lower side of the Moto RX makes me think of a piece of equipment from a sci-fi movie. Also, the camera area and blue volume buttons have a very nice vibe about them.

[via designedbyhege]

Motorola Nexus X Concept Envisioned by Ramon Rivas

September 26th, 2014

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Well, today we go back to the company that invented smartphones, Motorola and have a look at its supposed Nexus phone. Rendered by Ramon Rivas, the Motorola Nexus X is pictured below and it looks hot. Also, it lines up with the leaks regarding its features and looks.

Motorola Nexus X Concept Envisioned by Ramon Rivas

As you can see, the handset runs Android L and features a design influenced by the Moto X and the Nexus 5. There are front facing speakers, a dual flash at the back and the trademark Motorola dimple at the back. The upper and lower area are rounded, in typical Nexus fashion and the side bezels are very narrow. I have to remind you that the Nexus X is codenamed Shamu and it’s expected to be a bit of a phablet, with a Quad HD display, quad core Snapdragon 805 CPU and 3 GB of RAM.

It’s said to have 32 GB of storage, a 13 megapixel back camera, a 2 MP front cam and a 3200 mAh battery. The screen will offer a 5.92 inch diagonal apparently and there’s a rumor saying we may also see a smaller Nexus X, with a 5.2 inch screen. We’ll get an aluminum bezel and what seems to be a polycarbonate back. This handset is very hot looking, it’s wide and it looks comfy, considering its diagonal.

[via Ramon Rivas]

#Bendgate Goes Viral; iPhone 6 Dali Edition is an Ironic Render

September 25th, 2014

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I simply couldn’t stay away from the hype surrounding #bendgate, the whole craze around the iPhone 6 Plus structural weakness, that makes it bend. The problem is not that the phone bends, but that it does it relatively easily, apparently. And today we get a 9gag render to go with the situation…

#Bendgate Goes Viral; iPhone 6 Dali Edition is an Ironic Render

This is the iPhone 6 Dali Edition, an ironic take on the whole situation of the bent iPhone 6 Plus, that was also spotted as a taco lately. The iPhone 6 Plus is a pretty sexy phablet and I can say that having handled one recently. It doesn’t feel indestructible, but also not feeble, unlike what the media has been feeding us. There are two ways to go here: either Apple lets the current models be weak and enhances future units, or they go the “you’re holding it wrong way” and advise us to buy special cases for the handset.

The most interesting part of the bending iPhone scandal is how late it appeared. It’s as if the competition gathered in some science lab and said “let’s take down Apple”. “But how?” they wondered… Then they saw that they’re dealing with a 7 mm thin piece of aluminum and figured out that they could bend that by hand. What do you think?

[via 9gag;   Original Source: PhoneDesigner]

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