Xbox Lumia One Phone Gets Modeled in 3D

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The Xbox Phone concepts have been here longer than the Surface tablets, so I can’t say that I’m surprised by this one. Created by Deviantart member DKIIRO, this device is the Xbox Lumia One Phone, that has been modeled in 3D with Cinema 4D software.

Xbox Lumia One phone concept 1

This one is a Windows Phone model, with two pretty big speakers at the top, as well as something that looks like an extra speaker, on the side. The UI is atypical for the Windows Phone environment and it’s very minimalistic. At the back there’s a big camera area, with a dual LED flash, while at the bottom there are capacitive buttons, below the display. The Xbox Lumia One features a metallic case and it seems to be pretty slim.

Its bezels are relatively narrow and the design format is closer to the Surface tablet, than all the current Lumias. The tiles seem more discrete than the usual WP devices, but the handset could need a little extra to differentiate it from the crowd.

Xbox Lumia One phone concept 2

[via Deviantart]

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  • best concept I’ve seen so far, the speakers are on top. Even if the phone is in the tight pocket it will more chances of being heard by its user. As well as for audio connector and USB type “C” charger. It will definitely dominate the market. No doubt and ofcourse the “User Interface” should mind blowing but I don’t thing so that the “Z Launcher” type will be any attractive at all. Because most of the users are not that techi. so they are always looking for an easy and great user interface along with the phone features in Real “Smart Way”. People are also very clever these days, so for Nokia its obvious to come up with Bangggg….. Hope Nokia will Actually take this seriously.