Archive for the ‘HTC’ Category
Monday, October 27th, 2014
Hasan Kaymak could design such a punk rock phone like the HTC One Bloom 3? It’s made of solid metal, at least at the top and bottom and it features a screen that makes the images pop up. It also seems to run Android 5.0 Lollipop and it has minimal bezels.
Who other than
HTC One Bloom 3 is a concept that features very discretely hidden BoomSound speakers, within the metallic “caps” at the top and bottom. This time the body is rounded both at the edges and at the corners, plus the profile slightly. The only thing not shown clearly here is the back of the phone, that could hide anything. I’m expecting an Ultrapixel camera in there, maybe with a fingerprint scanner next to it and a special pulse sensor, who knows?
If HTC were cool and since they seem to like accessories, they may as well release a magnetic accessory that brings you those features altogether, instead of being mainstream. This way you can buy a cheaper HTC One Bloom 3 without OIS, fingerprint scanner, extra Duo camera and other crazy sensors/features, or you can purchase the attached magnetic mechanism with all the goods. What do you think?
[via Hasan Kaymak]
Thursday, October 23rd, 2014
HTC One M9 concept phone, this time a model with a full aluminum body and an unique texture at the back. This one is the creation of Hasan Kaymak and it’s an excellent evolution of the current HTC One M8.
Hasan Kaymak is back with a fresh
The back cover is all aluminum and the texture seems to involve a pattern similar to the one of a beehive, with water droplets placed on top, if the designer allows me this metaphor. The design is slim, the bezels have become more minimal and the Android buttons are virtual here. The BoomSound speakers are still here, at the top and bottom, but they’re highlighted through a special shadow and deep cut into the metal, that makes the device have more personality.
If you have a look at the second picture below, HTC One M9 will instantly remind you of the leather imitation of the Galaxy Note 4, but with a slightly modified texture. I’d even go as far as compare to the armor of Batman in the Dark Knight movies, but that’s a bit exaggerated. There’s still a Duo Camera on board, as well as a dual flash. I imagine there’s a Snapdragon 805 or 810 inside, Android Lollipop and 3 GB of RAM.
[via Hasan Kaymak Innovations]
Sunday, October 19th, 2014
HTC watch that uses Android Wear. This model brings some design lines we already knew, but also new material choices and a better look at its software.
Hasan Kaymak has created one or two HTC watches before, but today he’s back with a
Well, for one thing there’s no such thing as a real HTC Watch in real life, so we have to be happy with the concept here. We get a body design that feels like the Moto 360, with metal in the mix, a bezel free circular screen, with the glass very exposed. The belt is made of metal and the interface is circular and minimalistic. There’s a slight gap between the glass and metal body, leaving room for a slight screen edge.
We’ve got a crown button on the side, a physical one and a minimalistic UI for the music player and phone calling app. This is only part one of the experience that Hasan unveiled and we’ll be back with part two soon. In the video below you can see on screen notifications, a rotating dialer that feels old school and more goodies.
[via Hasan Kaymak]
Tuesday, October 14th, 2014
HTC concepts, so two more can’t hurt, right? He envisions both the HTC One Max 2, shown below and a model that doesn’t have a clear name, but it could be HTC One Bloom or Boom.
Hasan Kaymak is already famous on this website for his
The HTC One Max 2 features a 5.5 inch Quad HD display and a 2.7 GHz Snapdragon 805 processor, probably being a rival for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It also packs an 18 megapixel camera with OIS and dual LED flash. The body is made of metal and it’s big and elongated, but also wider than the One models. This device probably employs a front 5 megapixel camera for selfies with wide angle lens and it most likely comes with Android L with a new flavour of HTC Sense.
The design is in keeping with the One series, while HTC One Bloom looks like it combines metal and plastic and goes back to an older era of HTC phones. It brings back the HTC One X or handsets before that, maybe the Incredible series, if we’re being nostalgic about this. It would actually not be a bad idea to combine plastic and metal on future HTC phones…
[via Hasan Kaymak Innovations]
Monday, October 6th, 2014
Motorola RX, a futuristic phone that sparked some interesting commentaries around its sci fi design. Well, the designer, Mladen Milic is back, this time with a HTC concept phone that adopts some of the styling of the Moto model.
You probably remember the
This device is called HTC e:voluti:on and it comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 series processor, a 5.5 inch curved display and Android L as the OS. This model has a 15 megapixel back camera and a front 5 MP shooter. There’s 4 GB of RAM inside, a 3500 mAh battery and dual BoomSound speakers. Keep in mind that the designer has worked on this project for 5 days, so there’s a lot of work here.
This format reminds me of the older Nokias and some Vertus, with that narrow bottom part all angled out. It has a certain fashionable and luxury phone air to it. It’s also interesting to see we’ve moved to quad speakers and the only thing I may not like is the way the angular metal feels in your hand. What do you think?
[Thanks Mladen Milic]
Wednesday, October 1st, 2014
Sent to us by Afshin Khademi Parvin, the following concept phone is said to be a HTC, but its flexible format may also be adopted by the likes of LG, Motorola and even Apple. The handset doesn’t exactly have a name and it’s an 8 shaped piece of wonder, that has strangely placed capacitive buttons.
The UI seems to include BlinkFeed, as shown here, with a bit more personalization. The Android buttons are Back, Home and Menu and they’re placed on the side, when looking at the phone in portrait mode. The notifications and quick settings are also placed on the side, also when seem from the portrait. The phone’s back texture looks very nice and there’s a slight leathery texture here, combined with a wooden vibe.
This HTC flexible phone has one of the best looking series of volume buttons I’ve seen in a long while, although they stick out a bit too much. There are also BoomSound speakers here and a variety of colors for the case. The unit integrates a 5.5 inch display and can be customized by the user as he pleases. For those wondering, the concept phone was created in Rhino, Keyshot and Photoshop.
[via afshin khademi parvin]
Tuesday, September 30th, 2014
HTC One M9 concept in the mail, but none as detailed as the ones created by Hasan Kaymak. He even goes through the trouble of creating a packaging for the device and there’s also a video of the 2015 flagship below.
Every other week or so we get a
The specs are bit overkill, but overkill is the name of the game nowadays, right? We’re dealing with a HTC One M9 2015 concept that features a 64 bit octa core processor, 4 GB of RAM and a huge 6200 mAh Lithium-Sulfur battery. It has a Quad HD 5 inch screen, a 21 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a front 5 megapixel shooter for selfies. There’s a Duo microphone on board and a multifunctional kickstand.
The kickstand works as a cover for the nano SIM and microSD card slots and we’ve got pogo pins to add external adapters, like an LED flash at the front or back. You can also attach an external battery, external camera and other pieces. The body is made of aluminum, as far as I can see and the HTC One M9 also brings a fingerprint scanner and a heart rate sensor. BoomSound speakers are obviously here, but if you ask me, the really cool part of this smartphone is its modularity.
[via Hasan Kaymak]
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]
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