Palm Peak – Sprint 4G Design That Borrows from the iPhone

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The iPhone 4 and Palm Pre met half way and the Palm Peak concept was born with the aid of designer Steve Lipson. Before we detail the device, we’d like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and wish the best of luck to the designers who helped us create this wonderful website.

Palm Peak is supposed to be the thinnest sliding phone, with a mere 10mm thickness level. The handset is made from a block of brushed aluminum alloy, making the Peak a very resilient and elegant piece of machinery and also avoiding any possible signal issues. The display on board is a LED IPS one with a 3.8 inch diagonal and a 960 x 640 pixel resolution.

At the back there’s a 5MP camera with LED flash and support for 720p HD video capture. Palm Peak’s battery provides 45 hours of audio and 11 hours of video playback with a single charge. This is a webOS 2.0 device we’re dealing with, one that comes with a Swype keyboard, 4G WiMAX and 3G EVDO support.

There’s even a price tag imagined for the device, but remember that THIS IS NOT A REAL PHONE! Only a design, concept, whatever…

[via precentral]