Judging by the latest leaks of iPhone XI models, the new handsets that Apple proposes this year won’t innovate too much. Maybe the triple camera could bring something special, but otherwise there won’t be much of a switch. 2020 could usher in a new approach and designer Hasan Kaymak even
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Remember the Nintendo Phone we covered recently? Well, Lee Huang, the designer behind it is back with a fresh concept, this time one that involves a modular phone, which I actually like. The modules are easily attached through a special hole within the device’s body. First of all, I have
Google seems to have abandoned a few promising projects, such as Google Glass or Project Ara, but someday they may revisit them. Modularity hasn’t exactly been a hit in the world of smartphones, even though Motorola is doing a fine job with it. Designer Muhammad Farras gives the Project Ara
It’s been a while since we covered a modular phone, so we’re totally excited by this Motorola handset. Dubbed Motorola Droid Genesis, this is a modular smartphone that would make the Project Ara quake in its boots. The creation of Ke’Don Franklin, a designer from USA, this project is detailed
Somehow I managed to miss this concept dating from back in 2013 and offering a modular view on the Microsoft Lumia cameraphones. Desinger Leighton McDonald did a fine job and envisioned the core of the phone with an attachable lens. Sony tried the same thing a few years ago and
The idea of a modular phone has been tried before, even by big names like Motorola and ZTE. However, it’s the Puzzle Phone initiative that had our attention over the past days, especially since the guys behind it will take part in MWC 2014. This is the Puzzle Phone: The
It appears that the Motorola Ara and Phoneblocks are in good company, now that Xiaomi is preparing its own modular phone. We’ve got a render to go with that information and it’s shown below. You know the basics here: you have a core device and you add pieces of technology
Motorola seems to have found some inspiration in the Phonebloks idea, so they started a new initiative called Project Ara, that involves a modular phone concept. The idea is simple: Motorola creates the skeleton of a handset, that includes a motherboard and some modules that you can install and replace.
Designer Julius Tarng brings back to our attention a niche of handsets that seemed forgotten: the modular phones. Meet the Modai, a modular handset that aims at turning your smartphone into your best friend. This companion device is inspired by human behavious and designed to keep you attached to it
I have the feeling there’s so much lost potential in the area of modular phones, as if these projects come to a point, show potential and then get canned. Project Ara keeps getting delayed, we haven’t heard of ZTE’s Eco Mobius in a while and the LG G5 doesn’t have