iPhone 5, new Nokia and more stunning smartphone visions. Smartphone-lovers are a fortunate bunch right now; if the iPhone 4 doesn’t take your fancy, there’s plenty of Android phone alternatives, and if neither of those options satisfy your mobile needs, a slew of new Windows Phone 7 handsets might just win you over instead.
Despite this veritable barrage of all-doing, app-consuming devices, there are those who are already dreaming up how the next must-have mobile could take shape. From the creative minds of some of the industry’s leading innovators, to the imaginations of design students, here’s our pick of the concept phones we’d love to see created.
In this article we want to show you a list of 35 Amazing Futuristic Concept Phones We Wish Were Real.
NOT A Phone – Next Generation iPhone
The future iPhone is here or at least in conceptual form. Given that size, design and features need to be drastically innovated, the NOT A Phone – Next Generation iPhone, delves into the projection arena. So basically you strap the next-gen iPhone to your wrist and project the display to your palm. You can figure out rest of the drill from the images, so my question to you today is….are we in for projection screens for phones? Is that the future of phone display, have a basic small screen and project the rest of it?
Link: Yanko Design
The Desire-makers by no means struggle to serve up sleek-looking handsets, but designer Andrew Kim still thinks things can get even sexier. Made from machined brass the ‘HTC 1′ concept also has a hidden speaker and a kickstand that will turn your phone into an alarm clock.
A contemporary mobile phone must maintain such functions, as: mobility, constant Internet access, access to the documents, games and to give the best possibilities and means of communication and contact. A new generation mobile phone “Mobile script” gives all these possibilities!
It has two touch screen (small and large), which provide the best access to information and provide a wide field of communications, such as:
- Video link
- Ability to view movies
- Using the browser
- Targeting areas with the help of internet services
All of these functions is more convenient to use on a large screen, which is located inside the phone in the collapsed state.
Link: Industrial Design Served
Philips Fluid smartphone with flexible OLED display
With modern gadgets getting smaller and better to replace the jewelry or fashion accessories, the contemporary jewelry designers may have to face a tough time in the days to come. Yesterday we covered the Bricell Jewelry Phone in the blog, and now it’s time for another stylish gadget to tickle the trendy users. Conceived by Brazilian designer Dinard da Mata, the “Fluid” is a smartphone concept that as suggested by its name features a flexible OLED display to allow better mobility and ease of use. Designed for Philips, the mobile phone wraps around the wrist to become a bracelet for the fashionable, while gives an easy access on the go.
Kyocera’s flexible, folding phone concept
Kyocera’s EOS folding concept phone incorporates a flexible OLED screen, changing its form factor from a clamshell into something more closely resembling a wallet or clutch-purse.
Crafted by design student Tame Nakisci, this bendy concept is worn like a wristband, is powered by liquid batteries and can send E-motions when you have fallen out with your lady. Other notable features of the 888 include a bendable touchscreen, a touch-sensitive body cover and all important speech recognition capability.
Link: Nokia 888