Archive for the ‘HTC’ Category
Monday, September 22nd, 2014
HTC One M9 with a glossy plastic case and now he’s back with the same device, but this time with a metal body. We even get a video to go with it and we’re dealing with a smartphone that adopts a brushed metal body here.
Ashik Empro created the
Inside the phone there’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, a quad core 2.5 GHz chip, with an Adreno 420 GPU. There’s a 5.2 inch Super LCD 3 display on board, with a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution and Gorilla Glass 3 protection. HTC One M9 features 16, 32 or 64 GB of storage, a microSD card slot, 3 GB of RAM and a 13 Ultrapixel back camera, plus an extra 8 MP shooter to make it a Duo Camera.
There’s optical image stabilization, 4K video capture and Full HD filming at 120 FPS. The One M9 adopts a 5 megapixel front cam with HDR and also does Full HD filming using that cam. The battery is a 3200 mAh unit and guess what, the cool red version is still here, even with its metal chassis. The gold HTC One M9 looks particularly nice. The overall design of the smartphone isn’t very far from its predecessors, though…
Sunday, September 21st, 2014
HTC One M9 render a few days ago, courtesy of Ashik Empro, who created this design. Today we’re back with more shots of the smartphone, that seems to feature a plastic glossy case, one that looks pretty nice. This is basically a high end combo of the HTC One E8 and M8, with some extras.
We had a good look at the
HTC One M9 comes with a Snapdragon 805 processor, a quad core Krait 450 CPU with 2.5 GHz clock rate. There’s a Super LCD 3 display with 16 million colors, up to 64 GB storage and 3 GB of RAM. At the back there’s a 13 Ultrapixel camera, as well as an 8 megapixel camera as part of the Dual Cam mechanism. Optical image stabilization is in the mix, while upfront we find a 5 megapixel shooter for selfies, capable of HDR and Full HD video capture.
The smartphone concept relies on a 3200 mAh battery that can’t be removed from the unibody design. The red color suits this model best and I like the placement of the True Tone flash between back cameras. The facade is basically one slab of glass, without edges and the general lines of the HTC One M9 are in keeping with the predecessors. Notice the placement of the audio jack at the bottom, the lid on the USB port, probably for the sake of waterproofing.
[Thanks Ashik Empro]
Friday, September 19th, 2014
HTC One M9, that has been rendered in a brilliant way by this designer. It feels very much like a luxury sports car and it’s glossy, but not in a cheap way.
Ashik Empro has sent us a series of gorgeous looking images of the
HTC One M9 features a Duo camera setup still, a dual tone flash, that has been placed between the back cameras and what seems to be a plastic body. This model is curved and glossy and the BoomSound speakers have been made more discrete. The silver version of the phone has got to be my favourite and the HTC One M9′s cameras and flash are arranged in such a way that they look likes pieces of jewelry on it.
The device’s format is curved and interestingly enough, there’s a black bar at the top, probably focusing on the infrared emitter. The Home button is now on the side, a move also done by Apple when they increased the diagonal of its iPhones. HTC One M9 comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, a quad core 2.5 GHz unit, the Adreno 420 GPU, a 5.2 inch Super LCD 3 display with a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution and more specs that you’ll learn in part 2!
[via Ashik Empro]
Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
HTC One Prime, that has been rendered below. This model stands out through the metallic body and quad speakers on board. It adopts a very narrow screen bezel and a facade format that feels familiar.
Hasan Kaymak is working on a new flagship HTC phone, the
There are quad speakers included here, that offer surround sound on this device and I see that its rear has a series of lines and spaces alternating with an interesting pattern. The speaker placement is rather strange, since if I’m not mistaking they’re on the side of the phone. However, when held in landscape, they may be at its upper side, which is cool, intuitive and useful.
HTC One Prime has a pretty big front camera, it seems to be a slim smartphone and I’m willing to bet it comes with a 64 bit processor. There should be a solid audio chip inside, 5.1 sound surround and a hugely high volume. Would be nice if the headphones also got a kickass design, maybe metallic as well? Before you judge, this is merely a teaser of what’s coming!
[via Hasan Kaymak]
Saturday, September 13th, 2014
We were disappointed to see HTC not launching anything major at IFA 2014, aside from a midrange smartphone. We were hoping for a smarwatch, particularly since even brands like ASUS have entered this game. Luckily we’ve got designers like Hasan Kaymak to do the work for HTC.
He envisioned the HTC One Wear smartwatch, that he rendered here and today you get part of the gallery of renders. This time we don’t only get black and white shots, but you can also see this model in the shades. This HTC smartwatch comes with a blood pressure monitor and a glucose meter. It has a segmented metal band, like the body of crustaceous beast (that’s a compliment!).
There’s also a gold version of the HTC One Wear showcased and it looks spectacular, although that exact shade of gold may be found on candy wrappers. I like the fact that Hasan Kaymak has kept the UI close to HTC standards and borrowed some icons from the latest Sense.
[via Hasan Kaymak Innovations]
Monday, September 8th, 2014
Xperia Z4, LG G4 and Samsung Galaxy S6, it’s time for the HTC One M9 flagship for 2015. This one means business and it even includes a slide of its chassis, as shown below, brilliantly rendered by Fabrizio D’Onofrio.
After covering the
The HTC One M9 shown here measures 7 mm in thickness, weighs 140 grams and adopts the dual speaker BoomSound system, like its predecessors. Inside it here’s a 64 bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, while upfront you’ll find a Quad HD LCD IPS screen with unknown diagonal. I’m guessing it’s a 5.2 inch or 5.3 inch affair. This model has 3 GB of RAM, a 3500 mAh battery and offers 32 GB of storage, 64 or 128 GB.
At the back there’s a 12 ultrapixel camera, accompanied by a 5 megapixel cam, that triggers a Duo Camera system with OIS plus. HTC One M9 integrates a 5.1 MP camera for high quality selfies and the sound system has been upgraded to BoomSound+. The case is a combo of titanium, aluminum and sapphire for the front side. This is a unibody model, hopefully one that doesn’t chip as time goes by…
[Thanks Fabrizio D'Onofrio]
Sunday, September 7th, 2014
Nexus 8 shown below, that seems to have been built around Android L.
Sometimes, when the leaks don’t exactly cut it and you don’t have enough info about a product, a designer will opt to build his concept around the OS. That’s basically what happened to the
The Nexus 8 is said to be an upgrade to the Nexus 7, but honestly speaking lately I’ve heard more rumors about a so called Nexus 9 made by HTC or Motorola. The model shown here is supposed to be a HTC Nexus 8, one that comes with a quad HD display, with an 8 inch diagonal and a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and with a 16:9 aspect ratio. Expectations are that we’ll see a Super LCD here, apparently.
The body of the slate is said to be made of metal with polycarbonate filings, much like the latest HTC phones. Wireless charging should also be available and the CPU inside could be a 64 bit one, or maybe a Snapdragon 801 with 3 GB of RAM associated. An 8 megapixel camera with Ultrapixel tech is also expected.
Thursday, September 4th, 2014
HTC One Wear concept is a smartwatch that has been rumored and speculated about in the past. This model has been rendered by Hasan Kaymak this time and it comes with a heart rate sensor and blood pressure measuring, which is a welcome feature for hypochondriacs. I guess it runs Android Wear, judging by the name, although it’s seriously customized…
This HTC smartwatch has a built in TV application, that allows you to control a TV set and probably other devices. You can also use the HTC One Wear as a remote camera, so the phones can take pics remotely after pressing the assigned button on the watch. We’re only showing you part 1 of Hasan Kaymak’s renders for this watch and a part 2 will soon follow. The device has a metallic round body, as well as a metallic belt, that I can’t guarantee is interchangeable.
One of the aspects I like the most here is the interface: it’s very minimalistic and in keeping with HTC Sense 6.0 and all the experiences HTC has been offering on mobile. As far as I can see from the designer’s shot, this smartwatch also has a glucose monitoring function and it also comes with phone call features, or at least it can take over a call from the smartphone. Stay on Concept Phones for more pics of this watch!
[via Hasan Kaymak]
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
$100 iPhone, today we get a new HTC tablet concept. This model is called the HTC One T12 and we’ve seen it before. Now let’s analyze this model in depth.
Hasan Kaymak is on a roll, so after yesterday’s
We’re dealing with a 12 inch metallic tablet with an unibody design and the HTC One T12 takes strong cues from the HTC One series obviously. There’s HTC Sense 6.0 on board, with BlinkFeed included and rounded corners and edges. We’ve also got huge speakers on the side of the tablet and virtual Android buttons at the bottom. Many modern companies try to stay away from metal when designing tablets with bigger diagonals.
Apple will probably not hesitate and use metal for their iPad Pro, so I guess HTC could go the same way. HTC One T12 tablet features a special multitasking window, that allows you to split the screen into various segments for various apps. This 12 inch slate probably features a resolution higher than Full HD, maybe 2K or 4K even.
[via Hasan Kaymak]
Tuesday, August 26th, 2014
HTC Nexus 6 concept, in spite of the fact that the latest rumors peg Motorola as the maker of the Nexus X. Why Nexus X? Because there are copyright problems with Philip K. Dick’s novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”, that features a robot called Nexus 6. Anyway, I digress, so let’s check out the concept…
And here we are again, with a new
The HTC Nexus 6 features a pretty basic design and keeps the rounded top and bottom of its predecessors. There are also design traits borrowed from modern HTC models, like the top and bottom BoomSound speakers for example. We’ve got Android L on board, with its trademark geometrical shaped Android buttons on the screen. There’s a 13 megapixel back camera with 4K video capture, a feature that has been missing from modern HTC handsets.
At the front we’ve got a 3.2 MP shooter, that I’m sure features a wide angle lens. This Nexus 6 concept features a gunmetal finish case, a Snapdragon 805 processor inside, clocked at 2.5 GHz and 3 GB of RAM. The screen is a 5.5 incher LCD unit, most likely with a Quad HD resolution. What do you make of this HTC Nexus 6 concept? Would Google agree to switch to metal?
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