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Friday, 19 August 2016
Posted by YANUAR ramadhan
Today we have an excellent concept phone for you and simply because it’s highly detailed and includes both fresh hardware and software. It’s the iPhone 7 with iOS 10, rendered by iPhone-Tricks.com and they do have quite a few tricks up their sleeves.
The handset comes with an USB Type C port and a borderless screen, what people like to call an edge to edge display. This render involves an OLED panel with a 5.4 inch diagonal and a resolution of 2048 x 1080 pixels. The physical homescreen button has been integrated within the screen and responds to the movement in the lower area of the handset.
iOS 10 now shows icons in two sizes and once you swipe down on an icon, you will see more info about it, sort of like a widget. Back to the phone, it sports the Apple A10 processor, M10 motion coprocessor and Dolby Surround speakers. iOS 10 also offers the option to expand the number of apps within your dock area. From what I can see in the video below, swiping on the virtual Home button lets you move between messages or even trigger apps in a very intuitive fashion.
Some excellent ideas here, so expect Apple to borrow them.
[via iPhone tricks]
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge didn’t get a follow up last year, but we did get the much appreciated Galaxy S6 Edge+. Well, although odds are very small, there’s still a chance we may see a new Note Edge. Created by MajkSmith, the Galaxy Note Edge 2 is pictured below.
The Home button is atypical for Samsung, because it’s shaped like a rectangle and doesn’t have that shiny area around it. The bottom portion is angular and feels like it’s slimmer on the edges and thicker in the middle, towards the microUSB port area. I can’t tell of this handset has both edges curved or not, but that’s very likely.
If Samsung would be looking to kickstart the Note Edge series again, they may as well experiment by including a projector on board, into the angular area that I have a feeling is much longer at the back, extended from that port piece.
Following up on his very elegant concepts of a Motorola phone , designer Faisal Semari has envisioned a Cartier luxury handset. It’s called Cartier Millenaire and pictured below. The form factor isn’t very different from the other renders made by this designer.
This model is supposed to be both fashionable and sophisticated and for now these are preliminary shots of the model. The Cartier concept phone looks a lot like a piece of jewelry, a makeup kit, or something else in the same range and area. One of the images reveals, that this is a bit of a flip phone, since there’s a very slim part that can be lifted.
It looks like a leaf and has its very own display. If I were to describe this form factor to anyone, I’d say it mimics a futuristic spaceship of sorts. I’m guessing that since this is a luxury device, it may well be adorned with rare metals, jewels and maybe exotic wood and crocodile skin.
The creation of Ronan Hand from Ireland, Lumia One is a concept phone that aims at changing the typical Lumia format. This is supposed to be a minimalistic flagship, that’s all screen at the front.
It’s rendered using SolidWorks, Keyshot and Sketch Book and has no ports or buttons, only a single switch used for screen locking purposes. The handset is supposed to “click together”, acting as a Home button and it uses induction charging and wireless headphones, in order to get rid of ports. Lumia One has a truly edge to edge display, or better said a wraparound screen, covering the sides too.
This slab of glass can be tucked into an aluminum body shell, that hosts the wireless charging part and “Home button”. Specs include a Super AMOLED screen panel, a 30 megapixel camera and an octa core processor. The screen we mentioned is omnidirectional, meaning that it can scroll content vertically or horizontally in all directions.