As I was saying in a post about the Peugeot 360 concept, this “360” branding is all over the place now, like on consoles, tooth paste and Yahoo services. Phones are probably the only ones lacking this branding, but there’s a new “sheriff” in town, with the above-mentioned branding. Designed
Month: August 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
Well, in case you don’t know Alanis Morisette’s song, you won’t dig the pun above, but that’s OK, as we’re here to talk phones. And what a concept beauty I’ve found! It’s the KDDI Ply that includes all the features you’d want to find in a “Swiss army knife”-style device.
Interzone is more of a project than a concept phone per se, created by Alistair Bramley. If you’re looking for aesthetics or uber-features, go change the channel as this is “green” tech we’re talking about. Seemingly the Interzone comes with a “Sensor Planet”, or the ability of connecting to a
Few people have discussed the Motorola Woll concept phone so far, but I’m ready to jump into this pool of speculations. First of all, it resembles the Nokia Aeon quite a bit and it’s a very long device, maybe comparable to that Intel Phone concept we saw at the beginning
We’ve seen a bunch of flexible LCD phones and handsets featuring such rotating screens as the one below. There must be some major manufacturer cooking such a device right now, unless it’s already “big in Japan”. Well, Serdar Ozsumer designed such an impressive flexible phone, that comes with 3G connectivity
“Yo, pick up the phone…”. Eh, well you know the rest, but when has this catch phrase seemed more familiar than when you’re holding two fingers near your face while pretending you’re using a phone? That’s half of the charm of the Icono concept phone, designed by Zinc Chan. We’re
The Esato forum user tob!s is in a “design spree” it seems, as we’ve seen lately, by checking out his XPERIA X5 concept and that Photoshopped Alicia prototype. Well, he’s back with some “live” pics of the XPERIA X5 and a candybar design for Sony Ericsson Alicia, dubbed the W702.
Let me tell you a joke: the following concept phone got an award for best design. “Best design of what?” you might ask. Well it must be the hottest concept phone of the ’50s or so, but for 2008 it’s just another failed sketch. If it’s really used to iron
After tob!s from Esato killed us the other day with the beautiful XPERIA X5 concept, he’s ready to do it again, with the aid of a Sony Ericsson Alicia concept. Here’s the W707, in its electronic flesh, not really a concept but rather a prototype of the device with some