With all those big brand companies debuting Galaxy S5 models and Nokia X units, it’s time to check out something more futuristic. Kyocera’s booth is the place to be at MWC 2014, since they’ve shown us exactly what we wanted: a handset that turns into a bracelet, a flexible one.
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Kyocera was one of the companies who showcased products during last week’s CTIA 2011 event. Well, aside from their dual screen phone, we also found some very interesting units, like those below, concept phones that can change their shape based on the human emotion of the speaker. Considering that body
Rest assured that the beautiful Kyocera concept phones from the video below will be detailed in the near future, since we’re struggling to find the needed info right now. In the meantime, you have to know that these beautiful devices were showcased in Barcelona these days, during Mobile World Congress
Although CTIA Wireless is history now, there are still a bunch of concepts to be checked out, as they’ve been missed by the general public. One of those is the Kyocera EOS concept phone, a foldable device packing an OLED display. The handset can fold up into some sort of
The Kyocera BLK phone seems pretty promising and comes with a decent list of specs, unless you take into account the design, that seems borrowed from an older Nokia phone you’re very likely to guess. Amit Singh created this concept and this Kyocera phone includes 1GB SD memory, an MP3
When we don’t run into concepts, we tackle leaked devices, like the one below. The ZTE Axon M is an odd duck, since it’s supposed to be the first mainstream foldable phone, that will launch on October 17th. It becomes a tablet by opening up and we have more details
I remember that in the early days of our website, we had some stunning Kyocera concept phones shown here and I never stray away from covering their work. Today we’ve found the brand new Kyocera Duo smartwatch concept, shown below. This is more of a prototype, one that was shown
Kyocera’s dual display phone Echo was one of the most talked about phone designs made by the Asian company lately. However, Kyocera also has other interesting concepts to showcase. One of them is Merlin, shown below and based on augmented reality, through a combination of glasses and headphones. This handset
If there’s one good thing about April Fools, it’s the fact that many concepts and renders are passed as real devices. We’re not yet sure if the Kyocera Katsura tablet is a hoax, but we’ll have a look at it, just in case. We’re dealing with a supposed gaming tablet,
The PINUTS concept phone was designed by Lorenzo Ferraboschi, who published it on Coroflot and tries to surprise us all with an innovative idea. How about turning our devices into “what we eat”? If you’re a fan of peanuts you must have realized by now that this phone’s somehow related