We’re all waiting for the savior of the Nokia brand, that superphone to rule them all or at least a decent piece of machinery that should run MeeGo and look half as good as the iPhone 4. It could look something like this, but Nokia might want to save some
Month: July 2010
Eking is a company that doesn’t ring any bells, at least not to us, but apparently they’re preparing a new UMPC/MID, available as a render now. The concept MID relies on the Intel Atom platform and should pack a 5 inch 1024 x 600 multitouch display made by Sharp. WiFi,
Nokia’s Design by Community initiative is back with 3 phone sketches, that show the future device that the Finns will turn into a real 3D unit. The design is subject to public vote over here, but you can leave an input in the comment section below, too, if you want.
Jozef Kocúr reveals a new idea of his, a version of the Windows Phone 7 interface, pictured below. This concept UI is more about customizing the already known aspects of the OS, by adding them what would be needed on a future XPERIA smartphone. More ideas like this can be
Jonathan De Jesus created the Crescent Sentinel HT1 double screen phone concept, pictured below and featuring some interesting specs. Although we don’t quite understand much from this design, we’re pleased with the details regarding the device: 2GHz CPU, Windows 7 or Google interface and more. It’ll also support 4G connectivity,
We’ve seen previous NAK concept phones, created by designer Antoine Brieux, but this time he has outdone himself. The line between MID, tablet and smartphone is blurred by the new NAK HD handset, pictured below and packed with the best of specs. The 11mm thick machine relies on a dual
Designer Benjamin Lotte created the LG Exo concept phone, a handset based on an interesting idea: a skeletal system that protects the parts inside the device. Yes, the LG Exo is a resilient piece of gadgetry with a high strength polymer exosketelon that protects its inner parts and supports the
Esato board user juris15 created a bunch of fine XPERIA concepts lately and now he turns to the tablet segment, creating the XPERIA XTab device. The slate is not big enough to be called a true tablet, but it’s in the range of the Dell Streak and other similar products.
First things first: the HTC HD Pro is NOT a real device, so don’t bother asking for prices. This HTC concept looks like Windows Phone 7 material and we learn that it comes with an aluminum body, with a glass panel at the back, used to protect the camera lens.
British designer Jeremy Hopkins decided to create an unique phone concept, Nokia Kinetic, that turns digital information into kinetic energy. What does this mean? Well, basically, the phone will stand up on its own, once you get a notification, thanks to a kinetic energy-based system. This is a 2009 design,