Zune Slide Phone, My Christmas Gift for 2010


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Xazac must have loved the hype caused by his stunning Zune Phone concept and his eXTouch Windows Mobile 7 phone, so he designed yet another brilliant piece of portable gadgetry. This time, it’s a sliding Zune phone we’re dealing with, a pretty impressive one, called the Zune Slide.

This baby took 10-12 hours of work, so big claps and thumbs up for Xazac! You can find out the Zune Slide phone’s features after the break:

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Zune Slide is one of the rare handsets that use a 3 way sliding mechanism and, as if this wasn’t enough, there’s also a 3.3 inch multi-touch OLED display on the specs list, accompanied by a secondary (similar) screen on the sliding part. The handset uses a virtual keyboard shown on the second OLED display, which supports tactile feedback technology.

This Zune phone comes with a 6 megapixel camera with autofocus and flash and a VGA camera at the front for video calls.

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If you’re worried about connectivity, there’s no need to be, as Zune Slide has got it covered worldwide, supporting GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA (14.4)/WiMAX (4G)/WiFi n/Bluetooth 2.1+EDR/Mini USB 3.0. The concept phone keeps the player’s huge memory, sporting 80 or 120GB storage space and the OS of choice is Windows Mobile 7, that incorporates Surface and Zune technologies.

Microsoft Surface in your pocket, three way sliding and taking 6 MP photos… can you imagine that?

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[found on Flickr]

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