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
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Jozef Kocúr is one of our most prolific contributors and you’ve surely seen his designs on our site. Now, he reveals a couple of images portraying the 2010 portofolio of his concepts. In the image below you can see (from left): Septimus XL, previously known as Yanq XL, XPERIA X20,
Jozef Kocúr is a regular on our site, as far as Sony Ericsson concepts are concerned, with a focus on XPERIA models. His latest work is the XPERIA Renovatio, followed recently by a model from the same series, but this time running Windows Phone 7 Series. The handset is pictured
Jozef Kocúr created a pretty interesting bunch of Sony Ericsson designs, Windows Mobile handsets from a series the designer called Yanq. We’ve seen a teaser of the latest device in the series, previously called Project Two, now known as Yanq 4G and pictured below: Jozef Kocúr claims he’ll publish more
Here’s the very first XPERIA device of 2010, created by Jozef Kocúr and pictured below. This XPERIA concept is dubbed the X20 or Scarlet and it’s the “bigger sister” for the X10 (Rachael) model. The handset looks fancy and powerful and we hope it gets turned into a real product.
It’s been a while since I’ve written about the great concepts of Jozef Kocúr, but that doesn’t mean he stopped working on them. It’s true that I’ve been lazy enough not to write about some of his ideas, so sorry Jozef. Well now I have something really juicy for you:
Sadly, the alliance between Microsoft and Nokia means that we won’t be seeing MeeGo so soon, so we’re left with concepts taking over. Jozef Kocúr created an interesting MeeGo OS concept for Nokia tablets, that you can see below. This UI borrows a bit from webOS, Maemo and the previous
The main appeal of this design is not really the Nokia N00 tablet, but rather the MeeGo customization that’s going to take place. Jozef Kocúr is at it again and we suspect that Windows Phone 7 will blend with the MeeGo experience for a tablet OS and UI that will
My apologies to Jozef Kocúr, the creator of the Windows Slate 7, which turns out to be an interface not a tablet concept, as we claimed here. Now, we get to see more pictures of the customized UI and we have to say that MeeGo and WebOS 2.0 don’t have
Jozef Kocúr designed a very appealing tablet called the Windows Slate 7, a device doesn’t seem to bear any other branding than the one of Microsoft. This internally made slate could be running a modified version of Windows Phone 7, as shown here, since this is certainly not the Windows