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X-RAY Transparent Phone Stuns Us; Hardcore Industrial Design

October 18th, 2010 | by Thrystan |



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We know that this is not a concept, but we simply had to share with you the beautiful X-RAY Phone, created by Tokujin Yoshioka. The device bears the KDDI iida branding and it’s already selling in Japan. We love it because it’s got a transparent case, showing all the components inside.

X RAY Transparent Phone Stuns Us; Hardcore Industrial Design

Also, that cool one line LED matrix display is a nice touch, making the handset even more “electronicky”. Specs are not that impressive: infrared connectivity, 3 inch widescreen display, 8MP camera, 828MB of memory and mobile payment support. Anyone know what the price is, for this beauty?

X RAY Transparent Phone Stuns Us; Hardcore Industrial Design

X RAY Transparent Phone Stuns Us; Hardcore Industrial Design

X RAY Transparent Phone Stuns Us; Hardcore Industrial Design

[via Yanko Design and GSM Dome]

  1. 2 Responses to “X-RAY Transparent Phone Stuns Us; Hardcore Industrial Design”

  2. By brian on Mar 1, 2011 | Reply

    going for ¥42,000 from kddi’s shop (u could, of course, go bargain-hunting online)…

    i’d beg to differ about the specs not being impressive. to my mind, this is a high-end model, including a 1GHz snapdragon processor and WIN High Speed capabilities as well as connectivity to both CDMA and GSM networks (total 196 countries). i’m very likely going to spring for it over a couple of high-profile offerings from sony ericsson, the S005 and “first-ever” 16 megapixel camera cell phone S006 cybershot… a nice touch to check out: the “life>phone” philosophy inscribed on the inside… very nifty, indeed!

  3. By brian on Mar 1, 2011 | Reply

    i should add that i was able to give it a “test-drive” in-store, and it is QUITE responsive. forgot to add the “one-seg” capability to watch and record TV programs… !

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