When I first saw this design, I couldn’t believe it was done this summer and somehow I missed it. Using Rhinoceros and Keyshot, designer NDS WJ from China has created a transparent Nokia cellphone, as you can see below.
Famous leakster @evleaks has leaked a new device model, but this time it’s a tablet, not a smartphone. It’s dubbed Nokia/Microsoft Mercury and it’s shown below. It basically looks like a bigger Lumia phone.
Micheal Muleba has rendered a new handset, a Lumia concept phone this time. It doesn’t look like your typical smartphone, but rather like a feature phone, with a… twist. The designer claims this is a tribute for the Nokia Twist.
Following the trend of Sony and its Premium version of the Xperia Z5, designer Hasan Kaymak has imagined the Samsung Galaxy S7 Premium, that’s shown below. The handset has a metal frame and its back also seems to be made of metal this time.
HTC 100 concept, with a very sleek design and feeling like a more premium HTC Desire, if we can say that. Designer Eli Verenich did a fine job then and now his render is getting a video, courtesy of Mesut G.A few weeks ago we showed you the
I suggest you follow TheTechnoToast on Deviantart, because that artists has some of the most inspired UI concepts I’ve seen. The same designer has now come up with yet another version of the Nexus 5, this time called Sony Nexus 5 Plus and said to run Android Nutella.
There are innovative smartphones and then there’s Alpha Centauri, rendered by Dominik Feger from Switzerland after an impressive work time of over 150 hours. He did all the 3D modelling as part of a school project and it looks simply great.
Rendered by Cishan Sik from Turkey, the Phonify handset has a very simple idea behind it: it’s a Spotify phone. It hinges on a simple design, with rounded top and bottom and feels a bit like the iPhone 3GS went on a diet.
here and now it’s back to probably trouble us some more with a fake render.Nokia C1 is a bit of a mythical creature, a smartphone inspired by the Nokia N1 tablet and made by Finnish Nokia, not the piece that dissolved into Microsoft. We’re shown this device
Tomorrow is November 26th, the day when Huawei is supposed to unveil the Mate 8 phablet. This will be the first handset with the very powerful HiSilicon Kirin 950 chipset inside. What you can see below is a series of leaked renders of the handset, the last ones ahead of the debut.