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iPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game Controller

April 23rd, 2014

iPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game ControlleriPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game ControlleriPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game ControlleriPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game ControlleriPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game Controller (9 votes, average: 1.44 out of 5)

We’ve got a bunch of videos that demo a brand new iPhone 6 concept, one that has been created by Sahanan Yogarasa exclusively for ConceptsiPhone. This device features a heart rate sensor, a 3 megapixel front camera and a 16 megapixel back shooter.

iPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game Controller

We’ve got iOS 8 on board and the Apple A9 chip inside. From what I’ve seen so far, this is actually the model that comes after the iPhone 6, since it’s the iPhone 6 Pro. The handset comes with a game controller that has a projector embedded and can show videogames and movies on a large diagonal. The concept iPhone has a 7.2 mm depth and a notification light at the bottom.

iPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game Controller

There’s even a special stylus included into the bottom of the phone and we’ve got a 16 megapixel camera with UHD capture at the top back. The screen is an edge to edge one and it’s a looker, as shown in the video. The handset is still made of metal and the game controller comes with action buttons, analog sticks and a D Pad, as well as a projector that can change angle easily.

The phone slides right into the accessory and triggers an excellent gaming experience. What do you think of this concept?

iPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game Controller

iPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game Controller

iPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game Controller

iPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game Controller

iPhone 6 Pro Concept Features Heart Rate Sensor, 16 MP Back Camera, Game Controller

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[via ConceptsiPhone]



Sony Xperia N1 Render Has a Slight Samsung and LG Vibe to it

April 23rd, 2014

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We’ve just received a brand new Sony Xperia concept phone from Janish Kolakkattil, who envisions the device like some sort of Samsung and LG hybrid, at least in my opinion. The Sony Xperia N1 is the name here and this model runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat.

Sony Xperia N1 Render Has a Slight Samsung and LG Vibe to it

We’re dealing with a smartphone with pretty modest specs, that include a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus dual core 1.5 GHz CPU, an Adreno 440 GPU, 8 GB of storage, a microSD card slot, accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor and compass. The display is a 4.5 incher with 1280 x 720 resolution and the usual X Reality Engine technology.

We also get 4G connectivity, dual SIM slots, NFC and microUSB 2.0 with MHL support. There’s a 13 megapixel back camera in the mix with dual LED flash and a front 2 MP shooter, while the battery is a 1850 mAh unit. The Xperia N1 comes in white, black, red, purple and yellow and it seems to have a dotted back, that looks a bit plasticky, with a slight Samsung vibe to it.

I can’t really tell if we’ve got a button between those flashes or some sort of other camera gear. I can see that there’s a Power button on the side, so that’s crossed off the list…

[Thanks Janish Kolakkattil]

Project Ara Analog Game Controller Makes the Handset a Console

April 22nd, 2014

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Google’s Project Ara has been evolving lately, with a video published on the web showing the hard work and dedication behind it. A variety of concepts related to the project has appeared including the one of designer Samuel Herb, who sees some gaming potential in this product.

Project Ara Analog Game Controller Makes the Handset a Console

Thus he created a dual analog controller concept for the Project Ara, that would make it a very solid PS Vita and Nintendo DS rival. Typically, the device will get attachments like extra storage, better CPU, more RAM or a better camera sensor. However, bigger and purpose changing accessories are expected, such as this gaming “jacket”, if I can call it like this in the pure modu style.

We get a bunch of shoulder buttons, a D Pad, analog controls and action buttons. The product even has a cool name: Flippypad, a concept controller module for Project Ara phone. It can easily snap into the large back modules and allows for gaming on the go. It also serves as a screen protector while on the road. It could also boost up battery a bit.

And this is only the beginning of the modular handset’s gaming potential.

[via Phandroid]

LG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone Included

April 21st, 2014

LG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone IncludedLG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone IncludedLG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone IncludedLG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone IncludedLG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone Included (21 votes, average: 3.38 out of 5)

A project created by Tim Escolin, Spencer Davis and Xinyi Wang focuses on the new LG industrial design, a 2014 approach. There’s also a cameraphone in the mix, as shown below. From what I can see, the handset can have a special attachment with a huge photo capture module.

LG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone Included

Notice the edge to edge screen approach here and the blocky look of the phone, plus those very discrete volume buttons. They may be touch volume buttons, by the way. LG already has fashionable products like the Prada Phone series, but that range of products has inexplicably stopped. The camera attachment is pretty big here and while LG has never been huge in the optics field, they may get some Carl Zeiss products.

I’m guessing that cam would use up a lot of battery, so the attachment is probably much bigger and includes a portion of the body, with battery included. I can see that the LG concept phone’s camera is dual, much like the one of the HTC One M8. Will a blocky phone work in 2014? What do you think of this design approach?

LG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone Included

LG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone Included

LG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone Included

LG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone Included

LG Industrial Design Gets Fresh Concept; Cameraphone Included

[via Behance]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Gets Very Minimalistic Render, Some Specs

April 20th, 2014

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been rendered before, but this time it’s been reverted back to the slate of a rectangular slab of material of unknown origin, with a minimalistic design. Just like it happened over the previous years, we expect this model to come at IFA 2014, or around the time of the show.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Gets Very Minimalistic Render, Some Specs

This is a 5.5 inch Super AMOLED phablet with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and a pixel density of 500+ ppi. Inside the Note 4 we find a Snapdragon 805 2.5 GHz processor and other specs include LTE Cat 6 Support and an S Pen stylus with updated gestures and air command. The device uses 3 GB of LPDDR3 RAM, it has dustproof and waterproof capabilities and runs Android 4.4.3 out of the box.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Gets Very Minimalistic Render, Some Specs

There’s a 16 megapixel ISOCELL camera at the back with 4K video recording, so the tradition of keeping the bulk of the Galaxy S specs is kept as well. The design isn’t very impressive, if you ask me and one thing Samsung could fix is making those speakers at the back bigger. I’m also sure we’ll see a fingerprint scanner and heart rate sensor on this model as well.

At least it’s an ultraslim phablet…

[via samsung4note.com]

New iPhone 6 Design by Martin Hajek Features Edge to Edge Display

April 20th, 2014

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The large majority of the iPhone 6 designs have involved in one way or the other an edge to edge display. Now Martin Hajek has created a new iPhone 6 concept and it’s a very sexy one with a display with virtually no bezels.

New iPhone 6 Design by Martin Hajek Features Edge to Edge Display

This model has a very thin body and looks very hot. This handset has a 4.7 inch display and sticks with the leaked schematics, molds and cases that have appeared on the web over the past few days. French publication Nowhereelse has commissioned designed Martin Hajek to use the leaks and create a very realistic iPhone 6.

New iPhone 6 Design by Martin Hajek Features Edge to Edge Display

The side bezels are very small here and we also get a view of some cases created especially for this unit. We also see curved edges for this smartphone, that’s supposed to be 20% thinner than the iPhone 5s. The two tone back of the device is now gone and the plastic area on the top and bottom is also gone.

Also, the speaker at the bottom is now singular, while the 8 shaped dual LED setup from the iPhone 5s has become a single LED one and the camera seems bigger. I love the red version of the iPhone 6. How about you?

New iPhone 6 Design by Martin Hajek Features Edge to Edge Display

New iPhone 6 Design by Martin Hajek Features Edge to Edge Display

New iPhone 6 Design by Martin Hajek Features Edge to Edge Display

New iPhone 6 Design by Martin Hajek Features Edge to Edge Display

New iPhone 6 Design by Martin Hajek Features Edge to Edge Display

[via Martin Hajek]

Google Glass Goes Prada in New German Concept

April 19th, 2014

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How about a fashionable pair of smart glasses to get the weekend started? Curved Labs turns the Google Glass into a chic pair of Prada glasses through the beautiful concept portrayed below. A very feminine piece of gadgetry this one…

Google Glass Goes Prada in New German Concept

Up until now the Google Glass was associated with techy people, nerds and tech savvy individuals. It wasn’t exactly the item that a lady or dame would use in her posh universe. Now drawing Prada into the mix, Curved Labs have created the Google Glass Prada model, that derives from the current glasses collection of Prada called Absolute Ornate.

Google Glass Goes Prada in New German Concept

The Prada Glass features cable free recharging via the case, symmetrical design with the camera in the center and batteries embedded into the temples. We’ve got a pico projector that uses the glasses as canvas and a wireframe user interface, that guarantees less distraction. The charging status is shown through LEDs at the bottom of the case and the circuit board and CPU re placed inside the round area near the temples.

The UI seems adorned with the same shade of red as the device and it seems pretty minimalistic. Fantastic work!

Google Glass Goes Prada in New German Concept

Google Glass Goes Prada in New German Concept

Google Glass Goes Prada in New German Concept

Google Glass Goes Prada in New German Concept

[via Curved.de]

Apple iWatch Glass Hologram is an Overpowered Smartwatch (Video)

April 19th, 2014

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How about a concept that combines a bit of the iWatch with a bit of the Google Glass? Mesut G Designs has come up with the apple iWatch Glass Hologram, that’s shown in action in the video below.

Apple iWatch Glass Hologram is an Overpowered Smartwatch (Video)

The device has a glass piece for the “belt” and a plastic one for the main body. This is like a fashion bracelet, with a headset/charging port at the bottom, a nano SIM card slot on the side and an 8 megapixel camera as well as a projector at the top. We’ve got a special Hologram space and the UI is sort of like an iOS 7 lite of sorts.

You can use the iWatch Glass like a regular watch, but one that projects big diagonal images on the wall, websites, YouTube and more. This would take a lot of processing power and a huge battery… What do you think of this iWatch concept?

Apple iWatch Glass Hologram is an Overpowered Smartwatch (Video)

Apple iWatch Glass Hologram is an Overpowered Smartwatch (Video)

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[via Mesut G Designs]

Sony Xperia Z3 Gets Rendered With 6 Inch 4K Display

April 18th, 2014

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We’ve just received via email a fresh render of the Sony Xperia Z3, in a version with a 6 inch UHD display, a very blocky design, I might add. The device packs 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of ROM, so it’s a beefy monster.

Sony Xperia Z3 Gets Rendered With 6 Inch 4K Display

The general design of the Xperias has been slightly enhanced here and the edges are more highlighted now and give out more elegance than before. I sure hope that the materials have changed this time. Hopefully it’s not glass or plastic, but something entirely new, maybe plain old metal. Anyway, the camera placement isn’t far from the previous Xperias, while the front seems very uniform and has very slim bezels.

Sony Xperia Z3 Gets Rendered With 6 Inch 4K Display

The Sony Xperia Z3 concept sent to us by Erica Yusim also comes with a 24 megapixel main camera at the back and a front 8 megapixel shooter as well. It does stereo via speakers placed upfront and inside it has a 4000 mAh battery. The handset measures 5.99 mm in thickness and relies on two nano SIM slots, plus a microSD.

The UI doesn’t seem too different from what we know already…

[via Erica Yusim]

Apple iPro Computer Has a Bit of Lenovo Yoga in It

April 18th, 2014

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Created by designer Kurt Merki Jr., the Apple iPro computer is a very nice looking concept that looks just like a Lenovo Yoga Tablet, with that circular tube at the bottom. It’s supposed to be a combo between a Mac Pro and an iMac, apparently.

Apple iPro Computer Has a Bit of Lenovo Yoga in It

This model packs a Retina Cinema Display and offers a balance between performance and design. The concept Apple computer features a glass OLED display with unibody design and relies on a flexible architecture. The unibody takes the shape of a tube and components can be lined up inside in order to fit the user’s needs.

Apple iPro Computer Has a Bit of Lenovo Yoga in It

Apple iPro features a 35 inch Retina Cinema Display, with a resolution of 3382 x 1964 pixels. The device comes with front facing stereo speakers, 10 of them actually and dual microphones too. This model has a 20 degree tilt function and comes in 3 colors: gold, black and silver. There are actually two Mac Pros worth of hardware inside and the two computers are cooled down separately with a fan on either sides of the tube.

The iPro concept measures 150 mm in thickness and comes with SD card slots, USB 3.0 ports and a HD camera. How about this monster of a computer?

Apple iPro Computer Has a Bit of Lenovo Yoga in It

Apple iPro Computer Has a Bit of Lenovo Yoga in It

Apple iPro Computer Has a Bit of Lenovo Yoga in It

Apple iPro Computer Has a Bit of Lenovo Yoga in It

Apple iPro Computer Has a Bit of Lenovo Yoga in It

[via Yanko Design]

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