Even though BlackBerry and TCL have made a couple of phones together, we’re still lacking a major hit, a blockbuster. One such machine may just be the concept phone below, the creation of designer Albert Degin. As Sony prepares for a curvier approach and may give up the rectangular format,
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The folks of Crackberry.com started an interesting collection of BlackBerry concepts and the first one that impressed them was the one created by John Anastasiadis. Meet the 2012 BlackBerry concept with a wraparound display and asymmetrical design, that looks stunning. I tell you, the iPhone 4S and Nokia N9 don’t
Gregory Pizzatto couldn’t have found a better time to design this Nokia Touch BlackBerry concept, with the aim of the product being the year 2015. Right now both Nokia and RIM are struggling to find a direction and if they join heads and maybe also include Windows Phone in the
BlackBerry is probably the most neglected brand on this site, since their concepts appear once in about every 6 months or so. This time we’re treated to one such concept, dubbed BlackBerry Opus, that’s meant for the corporate environment. So much so, it even serves as a badge. It’s basically
One thing you don’t see leaking often these days is a new BlackBerry phone, but it’s coming for sure. After all BB has a press conference scheduled for CES 2018 next week, where they may show us something. Till that happens we’ve just spotted the BlackBerry Edge One concept phone,
BlackBerry concepts appear every month or so and while most of them are generic, some leave a mark in the (short span) attention of industrial design passionates like ourselves. That being said I can’t remember the last BB concept that I liked, but I surely fancy this one.
Back at MWC 2015, BlackBerry quickly flashed a prototype of a phone with curved screen edges and sliding QWERTY keyboard. This model is not yet ready and it’s rumored to come this fall. In the meantime designers have started creating concepts inspired by it. Created by Dylan Habkirk, the device
Designer Raffi G has imagined a new design direction for a Blackberry concept phone and came up with Odyssey, shown below. This model has a 5.5 inch display and a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution, plus a very interesting back side texture. It’s a dotted pattern, that feels like denim
BlackBerry is having a pretty good time over the past weeks, thanks to the sales of the BlackBerry Passport model, but how about new formats? They’ve tackled the crazy square phone and the 7 inch tablet already, but today we uncover the BlackBerry Z70, a bezel-free handset with a 6.7
I don’t get why all the media outlets are going crazy over the BlackBerry Passport… It may have a good concept behind its design, it may combine the physical QWERTY with a virtual one, but it’s still a phone that’s too wide for its own good. Designer @Pootermobile tried to