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HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

Monday, October 27th, 2014

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Who other than Hasan Kaymak could design such a punk rock phone like the HTC One Bloom 3? It’s made of solid metal, at least at the top and bottom and it features a screen that makes the images pop up. It also seems to run Android 5.0 Lollipop and it has minimal bezels.

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a concept that features very discretely hidden BoomSound speakers, within the metallic “caps” at the top and bottom. This time the body is rounded both at the edges and at the corners, plus the profile slightly. The only thing not shown clearly here is the back of the phone, that could hide anything. I’m expecting an Ultrapixel camera in there, maybe with a fingerprint scanner next to it and a special pulse sensor, who knows?

If HTC were cool and since they seem to like accessories, they may as well release a magnetic accessory that brings you those features altogether, instead of being mainstream. This way you can buy a cheaper HTC One Bloom 3 without OIS, fingerprint scanner, extra Duo camera and other crazy sensors/features, or you can purchase the attached magnetic mechanism with all the goods. What do you think?

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

HTC One Bloom 3 is a Punk Rock Concept Smartphone With Android 5.0 on Board

[via Hasan Kaymak]





HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video) (16 votes, average: 4.38 out of 5)

Hasan Kaymak has created one or two HTC watches before, but today he’s back with a HTC watch that uses Android Wear. This model brings some design lines we already knew, but also new material choices and a better look at its software.

HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)

Well, for one thing there’s no such thing as a real HTC Watch in real life, so we have to be happy with the concept here. We get a body design that feels like the Moto 360, with metal in the mix, a bezel free circular screen, with the glass very exposed. The belt is made of metal and the interface is circular and minimalistic. There’s a slight gap between the glass and metal body, leaving room for a slight screen edge.

We’ve got a crown button on the side, a physical one and a minimalistic UI for the music player and phone calling app. This is only part one of the experience that Hasan unveiled and we’ll be back with part two soon. In the video below you can see on screen notifications, a rotating dialer that feels old school and more goodies.

HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)

HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)

HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)

HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)

HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)

HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)

HTC Android Wear Watch Rendered by Hasan Kaymak in Fresh Version (Video)

[via Hasan Kaymak]



Styline Concept Phone is a Luxury Phone With Windows Phone 8 and Android

Friday, September 12th, 2014

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David Quijada has imagined a very stylish phone, that seems to belong to the luxury handset segment and it’s dubbed Styline. This model is made of natural leather, has a platinum bezel and silver soft keys, as well as sapphire front keys.

Styline Concept Phone is a Luxury Phone With Windows Phone 8 and Android

It packs a 5.5 inch OLED display with an atypical resolution of 2100 x 1200 pixels and a 16 megapixel back camera with CMOS sensor. Inside the device there’s a quad core Snapdragon 1.5 GHz processor, probably a 64 bit one. This model has WiFi, LTE , NFC and FM radio and it’s able to run Android and Windows Phone 8, either as dual boot or as alternative OSes. It’s a narrow phone with a huge camera area and for some reason I’m sensing some Sony design identity here.

Not sure about the screws around the camera area, although there are people out there who love to see mechanisms exposed on their devices. I would imagine this model has a high price, seeing how it’s specced and the precious materials it includes. I’ve heard of golden phones before, but a platinum handset is a first.

[via Deviantart]



Google Nexus 8 Tablet Concept Seems Built Around Android L

Sunday, September 7th, 2014

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Sometimes, when the leaks don’t exactly cut it and you don’t have enough info about a product, a designer will opt to build his concept around the OS. That’s basically what happened to the Nexus 8 shown below, that seems to have been built around Android L.

Google Nexus 8 Tablet Concept Seems Built Around Android L

The Nexus 8 is said to be an upgrade to the Nexus 7, but honestly speaking lately I’ve heard more rumors about a so called Nexus 9 made by HTC or Motorola. The model shown here is supposed to be a HTC Nexus 8, one that comes with a quad HD display, with an 8 inch diagonal and a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and with a 16:9 aspect ratio. Expectations are that we’ll see a Super LCD here, apparently.

The body of the slate is said to be made of metal with polycarbonate filings, much like the latest HTC phones. Wireless charging should also be available and the CPU inside could be a 64 bit one, or maybe a Snapdragon 801 with 3 GB of RAM associated. An 8 megapixel camera with Ultrapixel tech is also expected.

Google Nexus 8 Tablet Concept Seems Built Around Android L

[Via nexus6now.com]



HTC Omni Luxury Smartwatch Runs Android Wear, Looks Wonderful (Video)

Monday, August 25th, 2014

HTC Omni Luxury Smartwatch Runs Android Wear, Looks Wonderful (Video)HTC Omni Luxury Smartwatch Runs Android Wear, Looks Wonderful (Video)HTC Omni Luxury Smartwatch Runs Android Wear, Looks Wonderful (Video)HTC Omni Luxury Smartwatch Runs Android Wear, Looks Wonderful (Video)HTC Omni Luxury Smartwatch Runs Android Wear, Looks Wonderful (Video) (13 votes, average: 3.54 out of 5)

There are very few things nowadays that can be called “wonderful” and among them there’s this HTC concept smartwatch, created by Vishal Bhanushali. This one is a metallic smartwatch, that’s truly premium and runs Android Wear.

HTC Omni Luxury Smartwatch Runs Android Wear, Looks Wonderful (Video)

It’s also shown in gold, looking absolutely stunning in that flavour. The belt is sectioned, following a trend that has been available on watches for many decades now. Its main body is not square, neither circular, but rather rectangular and slightly curved from the profile. We have a dial on the side of the HTC Omni concept smartwatch and the screen looks great, especially with those animations on top of it and beautiful transitions for the various social networking apps.

Vishal included solar cells in the metal strap for extra battery life and overall this looks like a great piece of work. It also looks pretty resilient, but not exactly waterproof. This is more of a premium product, rather than your run of the mill fitness freak accessory filled with gimmicks. It only serves as an Android Wear machine, with a basic CPU and a premium price for a premium body.

HTC Omni Luxury Smartwatch Runs Android Wear, Looks Wonderful (Video)

[via Vishal Bhanushali]



What Comes After Android L? Android 5.1 Malteser, Apparently

Friday, August 8th, 2014

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The folks of The Techno Toast don’t mess around when they create software concepts and this one here is a selection of renders for the Android after the L version. I sure hope the designers mentioned above won’t mind that I’ve chopped up their work into pieces, so the public can enjoy it better below.

What Comes After Android L? Android 5.1 Malteser, Apparently

So, after all the minimalist, high battery life and high performance of Android L comes a red Android. It’s dubbed Android 5.1 Malteser in the case of this concept and it’s “designed to feel chocolatey”, according to those who made it. It also introduces some new ideas to Android, like support for Android tablets with Intel quad core processors, compatibility with full Windows desktop programs like Steam or Illustrator for example.

There’s also 64 bit support, allowing up to 16 GB of RAM, a new “swipe anywhere” lockscreen and a homescreen without a dock. The dock has moved to the notification shade and we’ve got a new status bar and navbars that will always autohide. The OS is much cleaner and it seems based on various flavours of red and white. It feels like Christmas has come early…

What Comes After Android L? Android 5.1 Malteser, Apparently

What Comes After Android L? Android 5.1 Malteser, Apparently

[via Deviantart]



Android Silver Gets Turned Into a Render; Android L Somehow In the Mix

Saturday, August 2nd, 2014

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As you know several months ago there was a rumor saying that Google was going to give up the Nexus program in favour of something called Silver. At Google I/O the makers of Android dismissed this theory and said that Nexus is here to stay. We haven’t heard anything about Android Silver since, but here it is again, materialized as these 3 renders:

Android Silver Gets Turned Into a Render; Android L Somehow In the Mix

We’re dealing with your typical Nexus format device, a model that adopts an upper and bottom rounded area, straight edges and a pretty wide format. There camera at the back is incredibly small and discretely, especially considering how big the cameras of the Nexus 7 2013 and Nexus 5 were. Side buttons are also discrete, while the front side stands out through ultraslim screen bezels.

The OS is Android L, so somehow this is still a Nexus, without it being called Nexus, but rather Android Silver. LG is said to be making a Silver phone, but that’s a very remote speculation. This handset shown here is said to have 3 GB of RAM, a metallic case and a 3000 mAh battery, as well as a larger screen, in the 5+ inch area. What do you think of this model?

Android Silver Gets Turned Into a Render; Android L Somehow In the Mix

Android Silver Gets Turned Into a Render; Android L Somehow In the Mix

[via androidsilverseries.com]



Timblaer Imagines Android One Budget Phone With Android L

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

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We’ve written about Timblaer’s Nokia N Arc concept handset here and now the designer is back with an affordable handset. Usually we see concepts of high end high price smartphones, but this time it’s different. The model shown below is an Android One unit, a budget phone.

Timblaer Imagines Android One Budget Phone With Android L

The designer calls it an Android L device and includes a back speaker, a main camera with two flashes (if I’m not mistaking those for something else), as well as a single capacitive button upfront. This model is described as “the perfect budget phone” and it comes with a slightly angular back design and a shell that makes me think of those affordable tablets for children.

Android One was supposed to bring the latest Android software to budget hardware and it’s based on Indian device makers and emerging markets for starters. This handset would do just fine as the first phone of a buyer, or that cheap and low end second phone. The design isn’t conventionally sexy, but it’s appealing in a functional way.

[via Deviantart]



HTC Android Wear Rendered for @Evleaks, Looks Solid

Friday, July 18th, 2014

HTC Android Wear Rendered for @Evleaks, Looks SolidHTC Android Wear Rendered for @Evleaks, Looks SolidHTC Android Wear Rendered for @Evleaks, Looks SolidHTC Android Wear Rendered for @Evleaks, Looks SolidHTC Android Wear Rendered for @Evleaks, Looks Solid (8 votes, average: 2.88 out of 5)

Do you know what the easiest way is to leak a product? One person sees it in confidence, maybe in prototype phase and then he uses what he saw to help designers create a render that shows the leaked device. This is exactly what I think happened with @evleaks and the HTC smartwatch below.

HTC Android Wear Rendered for @Evleaks, Looks Solid

It has been created by the famous Jonas Daehnert and Ferry Passchier, both credited below. Dubbed simply HTC Android Wear, this model has some pretty big bezels for my taste and it’s also more elegant than the other Android Wear devices. It relies on a metallic belt and metallic body, with a highlighted display that really stands out from their body. The interface is tile-based, a bit like BlinkFeed in a smaller version.

HTC Android Wear looks a like a watch that would have been impressive back in 2011, but now standards have changed. We’ve seen a ton of iWatch concepts, the beautiful and real Moto 360, so we know smartwatch designs can impress and be stylish. This HTC Watch concept is a good start, but it needs to get rid of those big bezels…

[via evleaks, Phone Designer and Ferry Passchier]



HTC Nexus 8 64 Bit Android L Tablet Rendered by Vishal Bhanushali (Video)

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

HTC Nexus 8 64 Bit Android L Tablet Rendered by Vishal Bhanushali (Video)HTC Nexus 8 64 Bit Android L Tablet Rendered by Vishal Bhanushali (Video)HTC Nexus 8 64 Bit Android L Tablet Rendered by Vishal Bhanushali (Video)HTC Nexus 8 64 Bit Android L Tablet Rendered by Vishal Bhanushali (Video)HTC Nexus 8 64 Bit Android L Tablet Rendered by Vishal Bhanushali (Video) (13 votes, average: 3.23 out of 5)

HTC Nexus 8 has been rendered before, but this time it has Android L on it and a 64 bit processor. This is the render created by Vishal Bhanushali and we even have a video of the tablet below. The model has a soft touch back from what I can see and it’s pretty slim.

HTC Nexus 8 64 Bit Android L Tablet Rendered by Vishal Bhanushali (Video)

The back texture looks like the one of the Nexus 7 2013 and at some point there’s also a Nexus 6 in the mix. HTC Nexus 8 concept runs Android L, with the famous Material Design and it relies on a 64 bit that’s either an Intel model or maybe a Qualcomm one. We’ve got BoomSound stereo speakers, which is a logical step, considering that the Nexus 7 2013 had some pretty good speakers as well.

HTC Nexus 8 64 Bit Android L Tablet Rendered by Vishal Bhanushali (Video)

The designer also has an interesting approach, claiming on his Behance page that the HTC design language was used here and the Nexus line too, in tandem with the minimalistic Android L look. I can only think of the Material Design being also used as inspiration for hardware design, not only software. We’ve got bigger upper and lower bezels, there’s room to place your fingers on the sides (in landscape) for an improved gaming experience.

Nice to see a landscape view on a smaller tablet.

HTC Nexus 8 64 Bit Android L Tablet Rendered by Vishal Bhanushali (Video)

[via Behance]



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