Motorola might get back on track thanks to their Z9 handset, seemingly scheduled for an introduction at CTIA Las Vegas, 8 days from now. Considering that the handset was recently approved by the FCC, we’ve got quite a bit of info on it and by now Moto’s got posters advertising
This Motorola concept phone was designed by Lysandre Follet, from Paris, France and published on Coroflot and also on the device creator’s site (quite a nice one, actually). It may have a tiny little Blackberry form going on, but that stereo camera is surely a winner, if you ask me.
Astro Studios created the MXC identity for Motorola when they launched one of their most famous generations of microchips and there’s even a beautiful “reference design form factor” (as stated by the designers) you can admire below. It’s not clear what this device is, it might be a gaming device/MP3
The Motorolafans have another goodie for all of you concept phone fans and this one’s called MOTOSHOT L11. It’s a concept device, designed by ravefolk and based on the L series and the ROKR E6, running Linux. L11 features a half QWERTY keypad and a 2.6 inch OLED touchscreen display
While Motorola tries to gain back its momentum and take advantage of the Mobile World Congress 2008 to launch a couple of new phones, we’re drooling at the best “specd” concept Motorola phone ever. I found it on the Motorolafans forum and it’s the MOTOPOWER A1600i, based on the Ming
Here’s what might get Motorola back on track, in case they’ll ever make it out of the current crisis: E680W, a neat concept phone, featuring a wide touchscreen. Ycyas, the user who posted this on the Motorolafans forums also wants to see Linux EZX UI on this device, making it