This week Lenovo held a conference called Lenovo Tech World, that included the showcasing of a concept tablet and phone with foldable designs. They’re big and bulky, but they’re just prototypes. You can see them below, courtesy of Slashgear. You can also watch them in action in the short video
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I have to say that each post about a Sony Xperia concept phone is much better received than an Apple or Samsung one, so here we go. This time we’re dealing with a new Xperia tablet, the Sony Xperia C5 Tablet, rendered by Victor Cao.
There was a time when I constantly apologized to readers of this website for publishing concepts of tablets instead of phones. Well, it’s been a looong while since we published a tablet concept, so I’m glad to show you one today. Of course, it may look more like an e-reader,
Imagine a tablet that can be bent and use a part of it as a kickstand or even a transparent keyboard… Robrecht Vanhauwere has rendered this device and it’s called Samsung Bend, plus it’s detailed below, complete with the devices that inspired it. The designer used as inspiration the Apple
Sometimes, when the leaks don’t exactly cut it and you don’t have enough info about a product, a designer will opt to build his concept around the OS. That’s basically what happened to the Nexus 8 shown below, that seems to have been built around Android L. The Nexus 8
After the Hold JS1 phone here, it’s time for Jermaine Smit to strike again, this time with a detailed view of his own OS and a tablet in the making. The platform is simply called Hold, just like the phones and tablet. The menu concept is simple: the main homescreen
After this week’s HTC Nexus tablet, we stumble upon yet another design of a HTC tablet, this time a dual boot model. It has been imagined by PhoneDesigner and it looks stunning. This model runs both Windows 8 64 bit and Android and you can choose the OS you want.
Here’s yet another HTC tablet concept from Hasan Kaymak, one that brings very high end specs, that would kill even the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition. This device is called the HTC Dark Shadow and it’s a very detailed render, that also involves a keyboard accessory. The slate uses a
If you follow technology all over the web, you probably know that some Asian companies launch “the future iPads” and iPhones before Apple does. Basically they used the leaked features, pictures and specs to create their own tablets. Now with the rumors saying that the iPad 5 will look like
Hasan Kaymak from HTC Concepts imagined a new version of the HTC Flyer, the famous 7 inch tablet from last year, that brought styluses on Android into mainstream. As you can see, the main idea of the design is kept, but there are dotted areas at the top and bottom,