Archive for the ‘HTC’ Category
Sunday, December 14th, 2014
HTC Android Wear device. HKI stands for Hasan Kaymak Innovations and this model features a rounded body and elegant metallic strap.
Hasan Kaymak pulled from his archives a smartwatch concept dubbed HKI One Wear, that would make a fine
The device has some nice looking crown buttons on the side, very elegantly finished. The device runs Android Wear with a very minimalistic UI and don’t be surprised if BlinkFeed makes the cut, as well as HTC Watch and other services and features, maybe even a remote Zoe or something. It would be nice if HTC launched its very own fitness service, making their watch even more unique, but enough about HTC and let’s focus on HKI.
This one is a premium model, certainly not a mass market one, but rather one with a stainless steel case and strap, that should make you spend hundreds of dollars for. Why not thrown in a sapphire glass, a phosphorescent glowing light and an augmented reality app that connects to your phone and shows you stuff from your surroundings on the watch’s screen. How crazy is that?
[via Hasan Kaymak Innovations]
Saturday, December 13th, 2014
HTC Slim concept? We only had a single render of the device back then and it was pretty impressive and today we get another render, this time with the facade of the handset.
Remember this “slab of metal”, the
There are dual front speakers at the front, with a bigger size than usual. The phone is shown in black and white and appears to be so slim, that it feels like a front panel for a handset, rather than a handset itself. HTC Slim is designed by Webomedia in Croatia and it would be nice if the HTC Hima looked anything like this. Just like we said initially, the HTC One X vibe is stronger here than the HTC One, which isn’t exactly bad.
Also, notice the Beats logo on board, which is clearly forgotten there, since that partnership is long gone. The screen of the HTC Slim is an edge to edge one, the case of made of metal and the smartphone only seems to integrate a back camera with a single LED flash, not a dual camera. The front camera also sees pretty big.
Saturday, December 6th, 2014
HTC One M9, that everyone is talking about. He sees it as a squared device, with narrow (but not very narrow) bezels, plus a new type of UI.
Philipp Pomplun from Germany has envisioned a new approach to the
There’s a dual LED flash at the back and what seems to be a touch mechanism on the side, used as volume buttons. Can’t tell what the body is made of, but I’m guessing soft touch polycarbonate or maybe metal. The icons are shaped like hexagons and we also get virtual buttons on each side of the HTC logo (could be capacitive in the end). I can’t say HTC will go this way, especially considering the line they followed with the latest HTCs.
The UI is what I find interesting here, although it kind of reminds me of some launchers I saw a while ago. The Duo camera is still here, more discrete than ever and I have to say that I don’t expect HTC to adopt this rectangular and angular design. Do you?
Friday, December 5th, 2014
HTC Hima. Hasan Kaymak took the renders he already showed us a while ago and created a fresh video of the HTC Hima.
Up until now we threw around the name HTC One M9 or HTC M9 a lot, but today we get a new codename,
Luckily we also have some leaked specs, that accompanied the appearance of the Hima name. Apparently, this model will adopt a 5 inch Full HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 3 GB of RAM and a 20.7 megapixel camera, that may or may not be a Sony one. The front camera sounds shockingly good, at 13 megapixels, but it could also end up as an Ultrapixel cam.
HTC M9/Hima will end up with LTE Category 6, a 2840 mAh battery and Android 5.0 with a HTC Sense 7.0 on top. Keep in mind there’s also a theory about the M9 coming with a 5.5 inch QHD display in its Android version and a 5 inch Full HD one in the Windows Phone version.
[via Hasan Kaymak]
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014
HTC M9 flagship, that has apparently been leaked by an insider, as shown below.
We rarely deal with leaks, but when a handset is claimed to be “the real deal”, we have to step up and verify the claim. Today’s leak involves the
To me, this is merely a render of the device and not a hands on shot or a press picture. The source also talks about two versions of the HTC One M9, the HTC M9 and HTC M9 Prime. Obviously, the leak involves specs, including a 5.5 inch Quad HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and 3 GB of RAM, as well as 64 GB or 128 GB of storage. Android 5.0 Lollipop is the OS of choice and HTC is said to be working with BOSE for a special acoustic system integration on the M9.
A 16 megapixel back camera is available here, with OIS and a 3500 mAh battery is also in the mix. The source wasn’t clear about this being a metallic or polycarbonate phone, so maybe it’s a combo of the two. Considering the tradition of the series, I’d say metal is the way to go. What do you say about this leak? Realistic?
Saturday, November 29th, 2014
HTC Nexus 5 2014, that was imagined by Nick Ludgate.
What if LG hadn’t designed the Nexus 5 last year? I say we would have lived just fine without it, only to wait for it now, as some sort of Nexus 6 Mini. Thus, we come across the
This device starts priced at $299 and comes with a premium aluminum shell, a 13 megapixel camera with LED flash and a 5.2 inch Super LCD 2 display with Full HD resolution. There’s also a Snapdragon 805 processor inside, clocked at 2.7 GHz and BoomSound HD speakers upfront, while the OS is obviously Android 5.0 Lollipop. HTC Nexus 5 2014 has 3 GB of RAM, 32 or 64 GB of storage and a 3440 mAh battery.
The design of the front is typical for the HTC One series, while the back and profile look like a combo of the Nexus 5 and iPhone. I have to say that the HTC Nexus 5 concept seen from the profile is a bit too fat for my liking. What do you say about this model? It was created for people who think the Nexus 6 is too big for them.
Thursday, November 27th, 2014
HTC Desire 830 is expected to do exactly what its two predecessors have did: offer good midrange specs at an affordable price and even surprise users with some high end features. Nitesh Reddy imagined the way this model would look like.
HTC Desire 820 is barely now making its way to the stores, as the upgrade of the HTC Desire 816, that was a very successful device. The
The design is pretty basic, with a polycarbonate body, that features a colorful front side and a white back. There are BoomSound speakers on board, a pretty big front camera and the bezel of the 5.5+ inch screen is pretty narrow. I’m expecting a jump to Full HD resolution here, maybe Lollipop with a new HTC Sense UI, 2 GB of RAM and 16 or 32 GB of storage. We should also get a 13 megapixel camera, although that would be the third time in a row…
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 was also pretty good on the Desire 830, so I can’t say what model will replace it. Also, the front 8 MP camera is pretty kickass on the Desire 820, so once again another spec to be kept. However, I find that the 2600 mAh battery of the predecessor was kind of weak, so maybe it’s time for a 3000+ mAh unit. These are all my speculations and I find the design of the Desire 830 to be similar to the one of the Desire 830.
[Thanks Nitesh Reddy]
Sunday, November 23rd, 2014
HTC One M9 hasn’t been the topic of speculation enough, today we get a new render of the device, one imagined by Rishi Ramesh. The device shows up with a metallic case, as expected, but it’s a bit wider than I imagined it to be.
As if the
The product keeps the Duo camera of the predecessor, but that cam is smaller now and it comes with a dual LED, dual tone flash next to it. Frankly speaking, I wonder if the camera got smaller, or the device got bigger… Anyway, the HTC One M9 also has narrow screen edges and interestingly there’s something that looks like a camera button on the lower right area of the concept.
The BoomSound speakers have been made more proeminent and they now feature more tiny holes than before, but I’ve seen this type of design at work before and such areas tend to gather dust, especially if they’re on a lower level compared to the rest of the case. Other than that we’ve got the typical rounded metal case and probably the usual specs. Do you prefer a wider or narrower One M9?
Friday, November 21st, 2014
HTC One M9 concept phone, we decided to split the gallery into two articles. The first also included a video and we used it to let you know that the designer needs a more powerful PC to design other cool concepts, such as this HTC One M9.
Because Hasan Kaymak sent us 20+ pictures of his new
You can donate to him on Paypal at email@example.com. As far as the HTC One M9 goes, we’re dealing with a slimmer version of the M8, one that increases the battery capacity to 4100 mAh. There’s an 8 ultrapixel camera on board, at the back and at the front we’ve got an 8 megapixel selfie cam. The flash at the back seems bigger this time and we get a Duo camera again, probably with 3D features again.
The BoomSound speakers are present and they’re more subtle now, plus they’re lines not holes. The body is made of brushed metal and I’m willing to bet we’ll get a Quad HD screen and a Snapdragon 805 or 810 processor. You can also notice a pretty looking gold version of the HTC One M9, as well as a sexy red one here.
[via Hasan Kaymak Innovations]
Thursday, November 20th, 2014
HTC M9 on this website, you’ll find at least half a dozen different versions, some of the best being rendered by Hasan Kaymak. Today we get Jermaine Smit’s vision of this device and it’s quite hot. This model has the specs many of you expect and a design that involves narrow bezels and a metal body.
If you look up
There’s a Snapdragon 808 2.8 GHz processor inside, 3 GB of RAM, a Quad HD display and 16, 32 or 64 GB of storage. We’ve got a 4 or 6 Ultrapixel back camera, but the designer claims we may also end up with a 13 megapixel shooter. The device keeps the BoomSound speakers very closer to the top and bottom areas at the front. There’s a 2.9 ultrapixel front camera and the back one offers optical image stabilization this time.
The front side is all glass, while the back and sides are all metal. The HTC M9 is very slim and it’s shown here in black or white. The screen is a 5.1 incher with a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution. Notice how the curve of the back is more gentle now and the handset feels like it sits better in the user’s hand than the predecessors.
[via Jermaine Smit]
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