Windows Phone 7 Mockup Designed by Zenum Opus Creators, RareNative

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RareNative is the company behind the design of the Zenum Opus phones, so when we heard they made a Windows Phone 7 concept, we thought it was worth more than a glance. The Swiss company imagined the very first WP7 device with a physical keyboard, a numeric one no less.

This unit is called simply “Seven” and it’s inspired by the Windows Mobile Standard handsets from the old days. The candybar form factor is pretty old-school and once in standby, the phone will display black and white images. Designer Emidio Do Sacramento sees this is a secondary smartphone, for the weekends maybe.

Its body is made of carbon fiber and the Seven also comes with metal accents (platinum substitute Tantalum). I have to say that this model is pretty cool in a world where touchscreen dominates everything. Would you buy one?

[via Pocketnow]

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  • dawmail333

    Very funny. Not even remotely likely. That phone breaks multiple WP7 hardware design requirements. Doesn’t even fit for a mockup.

    Do some research first, it’s not difficult to find the HW requirements on the MSDN.