Wish They Were Phones (WTWP) Episode VII

We know that this isn’t a phone design, but it’s equally cool, as the Interactive Pad is a concept device able to control multimedia access and Internet around you. This universal remote-like thingie was created by Marcial Ahsayane and it looks like Stargate material, if you ask me.
Wish They Were Phones (WTWP) Episode VII: Interactive Pad Concept Would Make a Great Google TV Remote
Imagine a tiny joystick of some sort, that can surf Facebook, YouTube, iTunes, your webcam, videogames, TV stations, music collections, downloads, apps, Android Marketplace and the Apple App Store. On top of that, it’ll probably control the brand new Google TV and Apple’s next-gen TV product. I’m betting on Sony to make this, in case it becomes real! more images after the break...

OLPC XO-3 Tablet Prototype Detailed (Video)

The “One Laptop Per Child” (OLPC) initiative is evolving towards an unbreakable device made out of plastic, that’s affordable for any child on the globe. The project’s main man, Nicholas Negroponte claims that this is the 2012 version of the device, while the 2011 one is the one shown in the video below and supposedly coming at CES 2011:
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OLPC XO-3 is a mere prototype/concept right now, but the real deal will cost around $75 and it’ll do everything that the iPad, Kindle and a laptop do. The device sports a 9 inch display, ARM processor and it’ll run Android. Also, this will be a dual mode display tablet, so it’ll work both in direct sunlight and in the dark. Pretty promising…
[via Tablet News]

eRoll Flexible, Rollable E-reader Shows the Future

eBooks and e-readers aren’t dead yet, in spite of the iPad’s success, so there’s room for new products. One of them could be the flexible e-reader concept, shown below and created by Dragan Trencevski. Dubbed the eRoll, this device reminds us of a very sexy PSP concept we’ve seen a while back.
eRoll Flexible, Rollable E reader Shows the Future
eRoll uses a rollable flexible screen and it can be turned from an average e-reader to a baton. Gone are the rigid displays and fragile devices we had to carry around in order to read while commuting.
Let’s just hope that this baton comes with connectivity options and maybe Internet connectivity, else the iPad is still a better alternative. More images after the break...

Sony Wrist Computer is an Incredible Design of the Year 2020

At this point it doesn’t seem at all incredible to wear a PC around your wrist, specially with the current technology developments. However, Hiromi Kiriki created a concept that totally blew our mind, the Sony Nextep Computer, that can be worn on the wrist, detached and turned into a brilliant PC, as you can see in the following pictures.
Sony Wrist Computer is an Incredible Design of the Year 2020
This concept computer is based on a fleixble OLED touchscreen and there’s also a holographic projector in the mix, to replace the screen. Extra keyboard panels will pull out from the device and social networking is also among the features. More info and images after the break...

Freescale Tablet Concept Focused on Multimedia and Audio Features

Here’s a device that will have the DJs excited: a Freescale tablet concept, the one that gets pictured below. This design is all about multimedia and professional audio features and it comes with modular docking stations, useful for “specialised connectivity”.
Freescale Tablet Concept Focused on Multimedia and Audio Features
The tablet provides HDMI, composite, VGA and component connections, plus Ethernet and USB. This is the “Home Bar” version we’re talking about, while the “Pro Custom Audio Bar” supports MIDI, XLR and S/PDIF connectivity, that allow it to interface with a synth, DJ system or turntable, as shown in the image below. more info and images after the break...

Alcatel Stylish Clamshell Phone Designs, Revealed by Eric Xialei

Alcatel still lives, although the brand doesn’t release many phones these days. Thankfully, we have some concepts of Alcatel clamshell handsets to look at, courtesy of designer Eric Xialei. He created the following stylish devices pictured below:
Alcatel Stylish Clamshell Phone Designs, Revealed by Eric Xialei
The Alcatel concept phone you can see above is a stylish piece of work, with an unique shape and chrome finish. The handset is based on a simple design and it comes with a 2 megapixel camera, music keys and an OLED display. More info and images after the break...
There’s also the Chonos design, shown below, with an user-friendly design and incredibly easy access to music features. Bluetooth is also on board and these two classy Alcatel devices sure look promising, so let’s hope they become real.
Alcatel Stylish Clamshell Phone Designs, Revealed by Eric Xialei
Alcatel Stylish Clamshell Phone Designs, Revealed by Eric Xialei
Alcatel Stylish Clamshell Phone Designs, Revealed by Eric Xialei
Alcatel Stylish Clamshell Phone Designs, Revealed by Eric Xialei
Alcatel Stylish Clamshell Phone Designs, Revealed by Eric Xialei
[Thanks Eric]

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 Mini Concept

We’re here to give you your the daily dose of Sony Ericsson concepts, this time focusing on Frank Tobias’ latest work: the XPERIA X2 Mini. You can find more details about this handset on the designer’s site and for now, you should know that the SE phone runs a customized version of Windows Mobile.
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 Mini Concept, Designed by Frank Tobias
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 Mini features a 8.1 megapixel camera with an LED flash, an AMOLED touchscreen display, Bluetooth, WiFi and tons of internal memory. We’ve speculated concerning the last 3 features, but don’t all the smartphones nowadays come with those, plus GPS, a virtual touchscreen and a 3.5mm audio jack? More images after the break...

HP WebOS Tablet Very Likely, We Have Render

As HP’s CEO, Mark Hurd confirmed that we’ll be seeing a WebOS tablet made by his company, we’ve come across the following render of the device, posted on the interwebs. If the author of this design would be kind enough to mention who he is, it will be great, but till then we remind you about the HP-Palm buyout from a few weeks ago.
HP WebOS Tablet Very Likely, We Have Render
Last we heard, HP was cancelling the Slate tablet project, in order to focus on integrating Palm in its business. It would be great to get Palm’s neat platform on a HP tablet, but we hope it’ll happen before the iPad dominates the market.
[via Tablet News]

Sony Ericsson X2™ Mini

So here i made a mini version of the sony ericsson x2™. It supports a 8.1 megapixel camera with led-flash, an amoled-touchscreen display and as os: a customized windows mobile version. i hope you like it.

LG King Concept Phone Uses a Double Touchscreen

We’re back with another LG concept phone, the King model pictured below and created by Solomon Reese, for the LG: Design the Future Competition. The handset features a double touchscreen and a bunch of other interesting specs, that you’ll learn after the break.
LG King Concept Phone Uses a Double Touchscreen
LG King comes with a camera at the front of the device, plus a camera at the back, fingerprint authentication, USB connectivity and a headphone jack on the left side of the device. The camera at the back is a 10 megapixel unit with Flash and video light, but what’s really interesting about this concept is the fact that its second sliding screen turns into a virtual keyboard, gaming or multimedia controls. More images after the break...

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Sony Ericsson T686i Flip Phone

This is an old-school handset design for two reasons: it uses the T series, that hasn’t been approached in a while and it’s a flip phone, stuff that Sony Ericsson hasn’t been showing much love for recently. Actually, the company hasn’t been producing new designs, sadly.
Here’s the Sony Ericsson T686i concept, created by Esato board member lavender389.
Sony Ericsson T686i Flip Phone, a Blast from the Past
[via Esato]

Sony Ericsson Maino Tablet, Windows 7 Version Revealed

Designer Frank Tobias has shown us quite a bunch of images portraying his Sony Ericsson tablet, known as Maino. This time, he has created a Windows 7 version of the device, pictured below and detailed after the break. Sony Ericsson Maino features a multitouch AMOLED display with a 1360 x 900 pixel resolution.
Sony Ericsson Maino Tablet, Windows 7 Version Revealed
SE Maino comes with 100GB of storage, a 10 megapixel camera, dual LED flash, 4GB RAM, Windows 7, stereo speakers and the Media Stripe function for control of multimedia playback.
[via Esato]

LG Eco Solar Power Cellphone Uses a Photovoltaic Cell

Designer Aaron Martinez created both this great LG concept phone for the Design the Future Competition and the one pictured below. This new device is the LG Eco Solar Power Cellphone, that charges thanks to incandescent and fluorescent lights, plus direct and indirect sunlight, relying on a photovoltaic cell.
LG Eco Solar Power Cellphone Uses a Photovoltaic Cell, Eco Friendly Technologies
As far as the handset is concerned, it comes with Windows Mobile on board (we don’t know what flavour), a brilliant display with advanced touchscreen technology, LED backlight technology, an LED illuminated magnifier, Microsoft Silverlight browser and a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. At the back you’ll find an 8 megapixel camera with support for 1080p video capture. More info and images after the break...

Palm Sparta Concept Runs webOS 2.0, Designed by Terillo Walls

It’s been ages since we’ve seen a Palm concept phone, but we’re always glad to check out novelty. Terillo Walls created the Palm Sparta design, pictured below and supposedly running webOS 2.0. There’s also WiFi b/g/n support on the device and a great camera at the back.
Palm Sparta Concept Runs webOS 2.0, Designed by Terillo Walls
Palm Sparta features a 640 x 960 pixel display (double compared to the Palm Pre), an 8 megapixel camera with Flash and a 1.2GHz Texas Instruments OMAP440 processor. Supposedly, the concept will reach the loving hands of T-Mobile and Vodafone. What do you say? more after the break...

Iron Man 2 Technology Includes LG Transparent Smartphone (Video)

Iron Man 2 has just made its official debut in US theatres this weekend and every tech freak out there must be pleased with the gadgets shown in the movie. Among them there’s a futuristic LG transparent smartphone that gets pictured below, plus a couple of other device that get detailed in the video at the end of the article.
Iron Man 2 Technology Includes LG Transparent Smartphone (Video)
Kudos to the folks who created this great concept and we have to say we really loved the revolutionary interface shown on Tony Stark’s Microsoft Surface-like coffee table. The virtual Lab and the Iron Man suitcase were probably the coolest technologies we’ve seen in a superhero flick in a long time.
Too bad that the movie is not as good as the first one… Here’s a bit of extra UI action and correction added by the graphic designers working on the film, to make the gadgets look real:
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[via GSM Dome]

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