neoKLASSIC Concept Phone, an LG Cyon Product That Mirrors Korean Culture

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You might have heard the name of the young designer Andrew Seunghyun Kim before, as he became famous for this concept, but the brilliant young man is at it again and now we’re introduced to the neoKLASSIC concept phone. This is an LG Cyon product that draws its inspiration from Korean culture and LG Electronics history.


The concept handset is destined to work on SK Telecom’s HSDPA network (3.5G) and your eyes are instantly drawn to the device’s semi mirror finish on the display or the wood grain hidden under the glass coating. Notice the floral LED indicator as a touch of finesse and know that the metallic back side of the handset is used as a DMB receiver.

neoKLASSIC’s docking station is inspired from Korean architecture, while the phone itself is a monument of health protection, as it’s covered with silver nano particles that make it germ free. Passing on to specs, the concept phone comes with a 3.5 inch AMOLED display, a 4 megapixel camera plus a secondary 2 megapixel camera for video calls.


The built-in memory is 8GB, plus 16GB Flash SSD, while the rest of the features include Bluetooth, WiFi, voice conferencing, navigation and mobile banking. One of the best concept phones I’ve seen in the last months… from an incredibly young and talented designer.



[via Cell Phone Beat and ProductDesignForums]