Posts Tagged ‘concept phone’
We have talked about the various concept phones that the formidible KDDI au Design Project is working on including the Ply and the musical instrument phones. Today at CEATEC event in Japan, KDDI showed of those phones and a few others including two that look like satellites and have solar panels on them for charging. Take a look at the gallery and keep your fingers crossed that these become reality some day soon.
Here is a cool looking concept phone from Nokia, designed by Ulisses Gardim. It is candybar shaped touchscreen phone with bluetooth, camera, multimedia player and an SD Card slot. The cool thing about this phone is that it looks like a rectangle with sharp edges. If this becomes a reality, it will certainly follow in the lines of cool devices like the N96, 5800 Tube, E71. Let me know what you think.
From the formidable and futuristic KDDI Design Studio that brought phones and musical instruments together, comes another concept phone: Ply. Ply takes the name and inspiration from the multi-layered plywood. The various features on the phone are in the different layers. For example, there is a projector layer for presentations, printer layer for printing, etc. This looks tres cool. Now, if only dreams come true. Photos courtesy of CScout Japan.
Here is a cool looking concept phone called Plica. It has dual screens that folds and can be used to see an entire image or page when opened. Alternately, the lower screen can be used as a full-sized keyboard. It also comes with USB and headphones so it would function as a great entertainment device. Take a look at the pics below.