It’s been a while since I’ve last seen a hybrid between a phone and a tablet, so I’m happy to have found the Nokia Swan concept. This device is rendered by Dani Vinh, from Vietnam and it’s an excellent idea. It combines a phablet and a tablet and looks stylish while doing that.
This model has a 42 megapixel camera, 128 GB of storage and a quad core CPU, probably an Intel. A cool aluminum frame with disco rim lights make this device stand out of the crowd. When folded, the device is a regular smartphone, that somehow uses HTC Sense, as shown in some of the shots. The back supposedly features a soft touch texture, but it’s more like leather imitation to me.
Once opened up, the device becomes a bit of a Chromebook with two touchscreens, one used as the display and the other as the virtual keyboard. All 3 screens are edge to edge ones and if I were to guess, I’d say the device has a 5.5 inch screen and once the hinge rotates, it becomes an 11 inch tablet, or a smaller laptop. Excellent piece of work!