Nibiru Concept Phone, an Andy Kurovets Design Blending Sci Fi and Mythology

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The sci fi side of this concept phone can be found in its looks, resembling some hovercraft of the future, while the mythological part is the name, Nibiru (celestial object in the Babylonian culture/planet Jupiter). Created by Andy Kurovets, the superb handset comes with a touchscreen and an 8 megapixel camera.

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There’s an MP3 player on the side of the phone, or should I say its audio controls, allowing the user to change tracks without getting the phone out of the pocket. On the opposite side of the Nibiru concept phone you’ll find the audio system and the specs list of the device also includes a touchpad, that’s ideal for web surfing.

The curved edges serve as a screen protector and the device comes with a mobile battery and a navi key beneath the large touchscreen. Could this be a Nokia concept phone of the future?

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[Thanks Andy Kurovets]

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  • TareX

    Why would you want a touchpad on a touchscreen phone for web browsing?

    Anyway, v.nice concept… But it’s missing the all-so-necessary physical qwerty keyboard.

  • Richard

    Just a tad edgy and curvy for a pocket? Lovely aesthetics but I am worried about the ‘Pocket Profile’!

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