Remember the BlackBery Passport? It was the unlikely and unexpected last hit from BlackBerry and there hasn’t been another hit since, especially with the BlackBerry Priv not being so well received. Well, designer Michael Muleba has envisioned a new version of the Passport, a dual boot one. This is a
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A few days ago the Internet got crazy over a photo of a presumed Nokia Android phone dubbed Nokia P1. Little did they know it was only a Photoshopped version of the recently announced Sharp Aquos P1, but there may be more to this story. First of all even the
Fancy a Nokia with metal unibody design? Well, who doesn’t…? Anyway, as we prepare for the year end and the time when the first new Nokia phones will pop up, we expect a variety of concepts to anticipate the arrival. Among them we find the one created by Delta and
A Nintendo smartphone… that’s all Nintendo needs to leap in front of Sony in the mobile gaming department. The company has just recently figured out it needs mobile games to survive and it’s only in 2017 we’ll see actual titles from them. In the meantime designer Giuseppe Avanzato proposes a
Recently we learned that Sony was preparing a new smartphone, called the Xperia X Premium and then we found out that it was actually not real. This should have been Sony’s first HDR screen phone, but now it also becomes Sony’s first dual camera phone, courtesy of Victor Cao’s concept
There’s no shortage of enthusiastic news about the future of various phone companies these days, most of them achieved through renders of future phones, that will never come through. Why? Because April’s Fools is upon us and it brings a ton of false leaks. Like this one…
I know for a fact that ASUS considered making a ROG gaming phone, but then launched the handset under a different branding. Well, their gaming phone doesn’t necessarily have to be a ROG, so here we have one such device, the ASUS Z2 Poseidon.
We don’t only focus on smartphone concepts, smartwatches and tablets, but also UI renders. For example, Peter Waters has for us an entire series of renders of the Android Nutella concept, that you can check out below.
I suggest you follow TheTechnoToast on Deviantart, because that artists has some of the most inspired UI concepts I’ve seen. The same designer has now come up with yet another version of the Nexus 5, this time called Sony Nexus 5 Plus and said to run Android Nutella.
Nokia C1 is a bit of a mythical creature, a smartphone inspired by the Nokia N1 tablet and made by Finnish Nokia, not the piece that dissolved into Microsoft. We’re shown this device here and now it’s back to probably trouble us some more with a fake render.