In the search of the perfect smartwatch design, various concept art creators have resorted to either adapting phone designs to the smaller wrist format or simply relying on a rounded shell and curved glass screen. Snake Chang has opted for the former option for his HTC Smart Watch design.
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HTC BoomSound Edition from a few days ago? Course you do, since it was one of the most original renders of a future HTC phone I’ve seen lately. Well, today we’re back to show you the handset, this time with a video attached and more renders.Remember the
It seems that designers are in an inspired period right now, since after the launch of the HTC One A9 and subsequent criticism, we see more and more of them taking chances with HTC designs. Vineet Kumar for example has rendered the HTC BoomSound Edition concept detailed below.
Do you remember HTC Touch Diamond? That was the moment when HTC’s fame peaked, in a time when they defined the word “smartphone” and made it their own. Nowadays they aren’t big anymore, selling way less devices than ASUS for example.
Luckily we can still dream of designs in that same approach, like Seyed Mehdi Sajjadi did with the following concept.
We have just received a new concept phone with a full metal body and unknown branding. We’re not even sure what the designer’s name, but we like a good mystery, in pure Scooby Doo fashion. Judging from the images this is supposed to be some sort of all metal HTC phone made by Lefty2alibre.
here, it’s time to see its back in the leak below.Boy, it doesn’t pay to be HTC these days. Accused of copying the iPhone with the HTC One A9 and now accused again… Apparently, after seeing the HTC One X9’s front
Designer Eli Verenich from Ukraine has come up with the HTC 100 concept phone shown below, that he rendered in 3D, using Photoshop and 3D Studio Max. The reason for this concept is the fact that HTC is in a bit of a turnmoil and needs a new direction.
I’ve said it multiple times, on various social networking feeds and sites that the HTC One A9 was in no way good enough to make it up for the underwhelming HTC On M9. And its price is very high for what it offers. Now there may just be a bit of good news, since the otherwise mysterious HTC One X9 has leaked and it seems to be a powerful flagship at last.
Using tools like Keyshot and Rhino 3D, designer Philipp Skorobogatov has envisioned the HTC 2020 concept. This one is both a smartphone and a wearable device, with lots of personality and… personalization.
The core here is a fancy and simple bracelet, with modular aspects and the ability to customize both its looks and features. The same designer dreams about energy saving screens, that don’t need to be turned off and nifty color choices on that glossy rounded screen panel. This model was a finalist in the HTC 2020 design competition and it was actually created in 2013, so it was even more ahead of its time.
From what I can see, there’s a core metal skeleton with comfy pads for your hand and a curved glass piece at the top. We can’t help but wonder if the body frame is really made of metal, or some sort of flexible plastic material, that bends, flexes and becomes a phone.