BlackBook M Concept, The Android PDA Phone that Was…


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After seeing a thumb-interaction-centered G Phone yesterday, it’s time for yet another Android smartphone, this time one with a sliding QWERTY keyboard, the BlackBook M.

This PDA Phone was designed by Emre Durmus and features a gigantic display (but it might seem this way because of the pics), while the rest of the specs are pure mystery.

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What surprises me the most is the slimness of the device: it’s a very, very thin handset, specially for a QWERTY one. There also seems to be a camera at the back of the handset, but that aspect is clearly not finished yet, so we’re not even talking about megapixels.

Just throw in a couple of gigs of memory, a decent gaming platform and Microsoft Exchange support and you’ll have me satisfied.

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[via Cell Phone Beat and w3sh]

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