Ever wondered how the phone of the future will look like? Phone producers show us every year some really superb concept phones and even if 99% of those phones never see the production line they give us a small glimpse of what the phones may look like in a not so distant future. In this post, we will present you with 11 Superb Concept Phones, they all have something special here and there, like some incredible flipping feature, awesome social networking function, see through design and our creative designers also think about some special but useful designs for blind and deaf.
Mobile phone business is fastest growing industries. Everybody is witness for its growth. Earlier only few mobile handsets like Motorola 02500A/8000x and Nokia 5110 with mere basic functions: call, text messaging and the only bearable game, ‘snake’ could see in the market. But now as the technology growing the significant improvement has been made in mobile. Now market has full of variety of mobile phones with excellent functions. It made easy to connect with social media and video conferencing any time.
We tried to list best concept phone. Unfortunately, we may hardly see any of them going into production anytime soon.
Motorolla Piccolo Concept Phone
The Piccolo Concept 1 cell phone that’s design get inspire by Motorola, the concept for bringing it to give a sexy and sleek look to mobile phones that will definitely appeal to females.
Multimedia Concept Phone
This Multimedia concept phone has many useful features like sliding touch screen, QWERTY keyboard which is concealed under the display and there is a 4.3 megapixel autofocus camera with digital zoom support on the back. The most interesting feature is the side of the phone that shows the running track.
This unique concept phone is designed by designer Mac Funamizu drew. Complete with Apple’s standard livery. Using a nondescript tactile feedback technology, its surface adapts to different purposes while the e-ink screen envelops the phone in graphics and information.
Blue Bee Phone
Another futuristic smart phone created by Kingyo. Blue Bee is a very interesting handset interface and attractive as well.
Nokia 888 Mobile Phone New Nokia concept
Nokia 888. It uses liquid battery, speech recognition, flexible touch screen, touch body cover which lets it understand and adjust to the environment.
Apple iPhone 5 ‘Pro’
This is, quite simply, the illegitimate love child of the iPhone 5 and the Go Pro HD camera. Jinyoung Choi’s originally named concept features a 1.2MP camera but with a DSLR lens mount, so that your sleek iPhone can be converted into a high-performance camera in a jiffy.
Transparent Concept Phone
The Second Life Mobile Phone Concept works on the premise that we often forget about the battery life of our mobile phones, hence run out of juice, just at the wrong time. As a remedy (rather power-saver-option) the phone incorporates a double display. When in active use the AMOLED screen powers up in all glory and in standby mode the E-ink display gets active. This essentially means that the E-ink uses very little energy and the degree of transparency of the display shows how much battery is remaining. The more transparent the display, the less battery remaining.
Philips Fluid Flexible Concept:
This is a fabulous designed one as a “Slap Wrap” which is the slap bracelets used to wear in the 90s by the kids. Its flexibility is just mind blowing and this factor makes it a special one from the other conventional phones. The device is made up of an OLED, which can hold all the features packed in a smartphone. It has an extra plus that the user can wear this phone as a bracelet.
Glass Phone Concept:
This pioneering model is encased with protective cases and brings a full-glass display and body with a bit of plastic construction. This one is just awesome as per usual and this Glassy phone has a really impressive build up.
Anyways, we have just figured out the various concepts of the futuristic handset to be but I think you all will feel more excited when you’ll know that these are packing out. Isn’t it! What more can be said?