Sony Xperia Active was one of the toughest phones I’ve ever played with, so much so that I even used a knife on it, without causing too much damage. It’s been too long for a successor one would say. Well, not actually, since designer Kiarash Kia came up with the
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Designer Kiarash Kia hasn’t rendered a new device in a while now, but he’s back with a teaser for a brand new iPhone X. All we have is the render below and we try to dissect it after the break, to see what’s fresh. Judging by all the recent rumors,
Kiarash Kia is back, with a fresh design, tackling probably the most rehearsed concept phone of the past months, Nokia 9. This time we get a 5.7 inch device, which is almost all screen. This handset has a Quad HD resolution and just a Snapdragon 835 CPU, not the S845
From the series of smartphones that haven’t become reality just yet, we find the Gador X flagship model, pictured below. This model packs a 5.2 inch IGZO display and it’s the creation of two designers, not one, Mesut G Designs and Kiarash Kia.
Kiarash Kia has finalized the renders of the Sony Xperia W1 handsets, models with Windows Phone/Windows 10 Mobile on board. They are shown below, after being teased a few weeks ago and the specs sound pretty solid.
I’ve mentioned it before, but I feel like I need to do it again: the Xperia series started with Windows Mobile, not Android and it may at some point return to that direction. That’s why the concept created by Kiarash Kia and shown below isn’t exactly surprising.
We teased the new iPhone 7 concept by Kiarash Kia over here and today the device becomes reality, being pictured below. We’re dealing with a full metal smartphone made of Aluminum Series 7000 and packing a 4.8 inch screen.
There are a few designers out there that like to preface their work with a teaser or two. Kiarash Kia for example has just teased the iPhone 2016 concept you can check out below. It seems to sport a slightly curved edge.
Since Sony has pretty much teased an Xperia Z6 unveiling for CES 2016, why not envision yet another Xperia? How does the Sony Xperia Z Lux sound to you? It’s actually the Xperia Z LuX, if we’re being totally correct, designed by Kiarash Kia and detailed after the break.
Kiarash Kia sent us a teaser of his future project, that he calls LuX Project. To me this device looks very much like a Sony Xperia, so that makes it all the more exciting. Now let’s see what it’s all about.