Beatmag from Mobile-Review designed a very promising Nokia gaming phone, that strays away from the N-Gage series and looks more like an Internet tablet. Notice the presence of a touchscreen (3.2 or 3.3 inches, 16:9) on the specs list, plus a QWERTY keypad, action buttons (X, Y) and a directional
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Last time we saw a Vaio concept, it got so much hype that it seemed to be a real device, instead of a concept. Now, having a look at the Esato board, we discover take two of this idea, but magically touched by designer Shave A. Bygrave who added a
Our weary eyes have rested upon the perfect design, the flawless victory of concept phones over consumerism and stupid marketing decisions. The 01 Phone is a T3 and Alloy initiative, which received the popular vote, as the T3 readers had their say on the features they wanted on the device.
This is not the first time that David Turpin designs a Windows Mobile phone, and his previous attempt featured a similar look. However, what’s surprising is that hot QWERTY keypad, packed in such a slim body. This device could easily compete with the XPERIA X1 and T-Mobile G1, but only
This concept smartphone is one thick Photoshop design, but it got me wondering… Is that QWERTY keypad sliding from the sides of the device or is it a whole body at the back of the handset spinning and coming into its rightful place? I’m tempted to think it’s the second,
Check out the following concept, one of the most complex console/phone designs I’ve ever seen. So, the PSP finally gets a touchscreen, a better interface, a healthy pack of apps and a QWERTY keypad. I don’t quite see myself texting quickly on that though. And that display would better be