Time for a break from the usual iPhone concepts, so now we’re checking out a wrist watchphone with the iPod branding on. Created by Matthew Seibert, the iPod TiMPO features the same iPhone OS interface, a couple of front buttons, a Home button, a capacitive touchscreen display and wireless earbuds.
Month: April 2010
Frank Tobias showed us his Sony Ericsson tablet concept a couple of days ago and promised to reveal some specs, but till then we have a look at a couple of “live pictures” of the device. We remind you that Sony Ericsson Maino is a tablet based on SE Aino’s
Remember Microsoft’s Project Natal product, designed to work with the Xbox 360? Apparently, a similar interface was developed for mobile phones, courtesy of the University of Tokyo, that created a system allowing the user to interact with a handset by waving his finger around. The folks of the Ishikawa-Komuro Lab
Meizu is a name that sounds familiar to us, specially since this is the company making the most famous iPhone clone, the M8. Now, they’ve ventured into new grounds, announcing the Meizu M9 Android model. The new handset gets rendered in the following image, but that’s no guarantee concerning the
Jozef Kocúr has made a name on our site and the Esato board, by posting many concepts of the Sony Ericsson smartphones, some bearing the XPERIA branding. A new design of his is the Sony Ericsson Shio concept, pictured below and running Android. There’s also a powerful camera at the
If you want to switch from the usual concept phones, we can show you an interface design, created by Esato board user juris15, for the XPERIA smartphone. This skin relies on the Android 2.x platform and replaces the “ugly bar” with a new segment. What do you say? Would you
We’ve called him Remort1 for so long and we never knew his name was Frank Tobias… We’re talking about the Esato board member that showed us so many interesting concepts. The latest is a Sony Ericsson tablet called Maino and pictured after the break. Apparently, the device is somewhat inspired
Remember the real iPhone 4G prototype found in the US and analyzed by Gizmodo days ago? Now, the folks of ADR Studio have created an iPhone HD design, starting from the real device that was found in a pub, after being lost by an Apple employee. As you can see,
How about an XPERIA handset with Windows Phone 7 on board? Ahmed Adel Hossny Rizk created such a device and named it XPERIA X7. The smartphone is pictured below and its creator mentions that it comes with a 3.2 inch AMOLED touchscreen, a 10 megapixel camera and Windows Phone 7
If you’ve been living under a rock over the past week, you might not be familiar with the fact that an Apple employee, named Gray Powell. He had a couple of beers in the Gourmet Haus Staudt pub, in Redwood City and forgot his iPhone 4G prototype in the bar.