Friday, May 15th, 2009
concept phones, but also leaks, since we like the best and freshest of handsets that get leaked on the web! It’s also the case of BlackBerry Storm 2, that just got leaked in a series of pictures you can check out below. Codenamed Oden, the device is a GSM flavoured handset, packing WiFi and a GPS.
We deal not only with
As you can see, BlackBerry Storm 2 features touch sensitive controls, instead of buttons below the screen and we got word that major improvements are to be found beneath the case (faster CPU, more memory).
Will this beauty hit the shops before the holiday season? RIM’s not quite able to protect its secrets, since we recently saw the leaked Onyx and Gemini BlackBerries as well…
Saturday, February 14th, 2009
Motorola Digital Butler is the ideal tool, if you’re a famous socialite, who can’t tell from a day at “work” and a party filled with celebrities. The device is your unique tools for keeping in contact with friends, planning your entire life and ordering everything, from plane tickets to lunch.
It took 3 designers to come up with a beauty like this!
The Motorola Digital Butler concept was created by Matthew Spencer, Adam Heslop and Simon Drewery and the device works on 4G networks, packs GPS and features a circular touchscreen interface. There’s also an accelerometer on board and this device is a PDA phone among many others. Believe it or not, the Motorola gizmo even packs a full resolution multimedia LED projector…
Social networking is a default feature of the device, one that connects the user with his/her classy friends, while they getting ready to tear down the clubs in Beverly Hills… Dreamy life, dreamy gadget, right?
[via Yanko Design]
Thursday, September 11th, 2008
JavaOne handsets you’ve seen a while back. We’re dealing with an UIQ device, bearing the codename Yokumo and using the Symbian OS 9.5 platform/UIQ Multitouch Edition.
Razec from Esato’s back, bringing a hot new concept to life, the Sony Ericsson P905, inspired by the
The camera of the P905 is quite impressive, with its 8.1 megapixel sensor (Sony ICX-636 CCD), a Minolta Lens (AF/MF) plus a 1.3 megapixel Foxconn videocall camera.
And you haven’t even found out the CPUs/DSPs included in Razec’s latest creation! I’m talking about a powerful ATI Imageon M150 CPU (620 MHz), a Samsung GPS receiver, digital noise cancelling technology, Atheros WLAN 802.11 b/g/Draft-N and Sony S-Master Digital Surround Audio.
As for the colours of the device, it’ll arrive (in fantasy land) in lunar violet, violin red and neon green (image below).
Friday, August 22nd, 2008
One of the most useful concepts I’ve seen lately is Jukka Roitto’s Seek, a portable search engine that’s basically a GPS with a major upgrade. It gives the user tons of info about the town he’s visiting, plus offers the usual GPS navigation and can be personalized while worn on the wrist.
The Seek GPS/search engine features a touchscreen display and a music player, just like most modern navigational devices nowadays.
Thursday, August 7th, 2008
latest Sony Ericsson concepts coming straight from Esato, it’s time to make the pair a trio with the aid of this W988 handset. The beautiful device was created by NightBlade and it’s basically an upgraded version of the W980 Walkman phone.
After seeing the
W988 comes with Walkman On Top, an internal 2.4″ QVGA screen, an external OLED display and a 5 megapixels camera with PhotoFlash and autofocus. Also, the device features 8 GB of internal memory plus an M2 slot, GPS and WiFi. The rest of the specs are the same as on the original W980 handset, but the look of the phone is worth more than its features, if you ask me.
Thursday, August 7th, 2008
beautiful concept for us, the S602, that you can check out in the picture below. We’re dealing with a handset that comes with a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera (with geotagging and face detection) plus a Walkman 3.0 Media Player with Megabass.
Welcome to the high-end side of the mid-range SE phones! Sunils120 from Esato has a
The S602 features a 2.0 GB internal memory, plus the possibility of expanding it to 8.0 GB with the aid of an M2 Memory Stick. On the connectivity side we find the HSDPA (3.6 Mbps), EDGE, Bluetooth and USB 2.0 support, while the specs list also includes Sense Me, a pedometer, accelerometer and GPS.
Last, but not least we must mention the display of the phone, a 2.2″ QVGA TFD with 16 million colors.
Saturday, July 26th, 2008
It’s time for some Sony Ericsson concepts again, as sunils120 from the Esato board decided to show us the revived version of the W960. This Walkman handset comes with a 5 megapixel camera, GPS and an 8GB internal memory.
Add autofocus and touch focus to the camera’s specs, plus face detection, geotagging and WiFi, HSDPA and Bluetooth 2.0 and we’ve got a pretty neat Sony Ericsson concept phone on our hands. The problem? It’s not real yet folks!
Tuesday, July 15th, 2008
concept phone as the successor for Z750, claiming that the “Z” series will vanish sooner or later. The specs of the device make this handset a mid-to-high-end phone.
Xell from the Esato board introduces the T767
We’re talking 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera, HSDPA, GPS and a 2.2″ QVGA display. And all of that packed in a clamshell device, a rather tiny handset if you ask me.
Tuesday, July 8th, 2008
S-series phone concept.
Got lost between your fancy car and the local shopping mall? The Bi comes into play here, a concept designed to work as a guide that uses GPS in order to show you the way around those expensive shops. Simon Enever is the designer of this original handheld and you might know his name from that brilliant
The “Bi” uses WiFi and 3G connections plus tons of guides that can be downloaded and interactive maps giving you a better choice of top notch brands and fashionista must-haves. There’s also a product search function featured on this device and you can visit the home pages of most important stores.
Wednesday, June 11th, 2008
Nokia beauties, while the iPhone 3G hype is decreasing, so Sony Ericsson couldn’t hide their latest Cyber-shot wonder any more. We’ve got the first pics of the famous “Shiho”, the Sony Ericsson C905 handset, that features an 8 megapixel camera. Also, a couple of specs surfaced, just hours ago…
We remind you that the handset is not official yet, as for the specs, it comes with that above-mentioned 8.1 megapixel camera (with VGA video capture) and a 2.4 inches QVGA screen. Also, the C905 packs GPS, Bluetooth and HSDPA support under the same hood.
No info on the price or the launch date yet, but it should be about 550 euros or $ 770.
[via Esato and Engadgetmobile]