Archive for the ‘BenQ Siemens’ Category
Monday, February 9th, 2009
BenQ Siemens concept phone, known as “Snake”, at least unofficially.
Although it’s winter, we’ve seen many concept phones that can be worn as bracelets or necklaces, preferably in warm weather… Here’s one of the oldest phone designs of the YouTube-era web, the
Notice the presence of media playback buttons, the usual answer/reject call keys and even a tiny display, perhaps for showing the time and missed calls.
The shape of the device is very interesting, although the handset seems rather fragile and from what I can see, its speakers are on the inside section. What do you say? Viable or dreamy?
[via Cell Phone Beat]
Tuesday, November 4th, 2008
Benq Siemens handset features a full touchscreen display that comes with a very user-friendly interface, which makes use of big icons and thumbnails. The specs are the usual ones, like camera, games and radio and what impressed me the most is the camera’s menu, which you can see in one of the pictures below.
The first thing you notice about this concept phone is that the
It seems that a simple interface can make the difference, even it’s not present on a shiny gizmo made by Apple…
[via Design Launches]
Friday, April 18th, 2008
classy Benq Siemens concepts, or concepts fit for travellers and social networkers. It’s now time to give joggers and sportsmen what’s theirs, with the aid of Benq-Siemens Trackmyrun, one of Nils Siegel’s latest concept communication devices.
We’ve shown you
Trackmyrun is a low-cost device, that will accompany you during marathons, bringing spectators closer to the athletes. Each of the gadgets will be assigned an unique phone number and you’ll be able to call your favourite and let him know that you’re cheering for him or ask him how the race is going.
The device also allows the race officials to track runners and observe their positions online.
Sunday, April 13th, 2008
Nils Siegel, its designer calls its. We’re dealing with a device that allows you to access all the popular online apps you want and offers you a decent landscape view.
I’ve heard about flip phones, but this one’s a “flap phone” as
There’s a hidden 180 degrees hinge in there, that’s pretty much the strong point of the Benq-Siemens phone, offering you all the touchscreen experience one can desire.
Frameless screens and ergonomic 2 thumb navigation in landscape mode will have you browsing all the websites you thought you’d never see on a mobile phone screen. I’m wondering what browser fits these premium displays…
Saturday, April 12th, 2008
Benq-Siemens Mosaique concept phone isn’t made of diamond, but it might as well be, as it “toys” with expensive metals and allows you to customize its looks according to your mood.
I guess that asking the loved one to marry you with a diamond ring is only second to asking her to marry you with the aid of a diamond phone.
Mosaique Phone is pure jewelry, clearly targeting the female public who’ll be able to change logos and images on the phone’s cover, by using removable pins. They’ll probably be made of gold, platinum or silver personalizing the looks of luxurious ladies.
[via Coroflot and Yanko Design]
Saturday, April 12th, 2008
never get lost and the ultimate fashionista device, there’s a neat addition to Nils Siegel’s rich portofolio of concept phones I’d like to reveal: Benq-Siemens Continuum. The device is a waterproof handset that’s also dirt-resistant and made out of light materials like carbon or aluminium.
After showing you a cell phone that helps you
Continuum also comes with an e-paper display that supports extra contrast in bright sunlight and a battery that’ll give phone one month of “juice” (in standby I suppose). Hats off to the interesting design and the separated battery architecture!
Saturday, April 12th, 2008
latest trends without dressing properly and without owning a hip cellphone. Trendy becomes extremely cool with the aid of the Benq-Siemens Cameo handset, that’s only a concept phone, but it comes with a brilliant idea. Cameo supports digital customisation and can even turn invisible, if you want it to.
You can’t be following the
This Benq-Siemens conceptul wonder, designed by Nils Siegel can change its appearance with the aid of a curved touch sensitive display, that’s wrapped around the device. Cameo manages to change its color by taking a photo and adapting to your current clothing style or mood. So, if you’ve got a purple dress and you’re in a purple room, you might not be able to see the phone, as it’ll turn purple, too.
Now, where can you find a purple room?
[via Cameraphonesplaza and Coroflot]
Monday, March 31st, 2008
Fancy a waterproof slider that will always show you the way while you’re abroad? The Benq Siemens concept phone below does the trick, including top notch GPS technology, ready to guide you through urban and outdoor environments until you reach your goal.
This handset was created by Nils Siegel and it packs a camera that uses additional info to guide you.
The phone features an “augmented display” technology, offering you live visual feedback as you try to find a landmark in the urban jungle. Notice the texture of the phone’s side and back? I bet that it has quite a nice grip and feeling, but you would have never guessed that underneath that sliding touchscreen there’s a shiny keypad.
Monday, March 17th, 2008
Sony Ericsson Walkman series.
BenQ Siemens haven’t launched a hit phone in ages, so we’re glancing at concepts for now. The one below is a beauty if you ask me and any other music fan out there. This Coral/BenQ Siemens MP3 handset was created by Sasha Tseng from San Francisco, California and it’s a slider that can compete with the best phones pertaining to the
Since this MP3 device is a slider, it can switch from music mode to phone mode as you slide it upward or downward. Add a decent internal memory to this beauty and you’ve got yourself a winning double-slider BenQ Siemens!
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