Futuristic Mobile Phone Concepts and Designs
1) The Window Phone Concept:
|Here is a collection of some of the most futuristic and interesting concept phones.
|The “Window Phone” makes accurate predictions and even changes its display to reflect the climatic conditions outdoors.
Designer: Seunghan Song
2) Brix Phone:
Designer: Seokwon Hong
3) Visual Sound Concept:
The Visual Sound is a mobile phone for the hearing impaired that converts voice input to text and text input to voice.
Designer: Suhyun Kim
4) Floater Mobile Phone:
Designer: Mac Funamizu
5) HTC Evolve:
This concept touchscreen tablet runs a custom skinned version of Android OS and it’s powered by an Intel Atom CPU.
Other Features include:
Designer: Timur Pinar
6) “Mobile Script” Concept Phone:
‘The Script Phone has two touchscreens, one in a traditional candy bar style format, the other a flexible OLED that stiffens with a low voltage charge when you unfurl it. This layout enables maximum real estate when watching movies or editing documents when you need it. ‘
Designer: Aleksandr Mukomelov
7) Motorola Concept Phone:
This Motorola concept is Super Kawaii! ‘The word “Kawaii” in Japanese is close to the word “Cute” in English.’
Designer: Joseph Liang
8) Nokia CLIPit Concept:
“Design features of Nokia CLIPit:
Designers: Ziba Hemmati, Mohammad Zamani, Mir Kazem khalifezadeh, Rasul Shokrani & Ali Khajuee
9) Nokia ‘Green’ Phone:
This is a phone that will last you five years. After that, it’s just a twist and about a minute of dissembling and you’ve got an 85% recyclable stack of materials on your hands. Kind of nice, yes? Why is it all green, you ask? So that the plastic can be melted down and re-molded without any discoloration!
Designer: James Barber
10) ‘Ondo’ Music Phone:
This concept is a music-based cellphone. It not only records music, it not only edits music, it not only plays that same music you just recorded and edited, it can do all this without accessing a separate computer.
11) Fashion Phone Concept:
This fashion accessory is also a mobile phone. A projected light beam in the inner circle impersonates the rotary dial, but to dial a number you need to simply touch it.