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KDDI PLY Mobile Phone

KDDI au recently unveiled the conceptual PLY Mobile Phone - a tabbed phone/printer/digital projector/game controller all-in-one. Each tabbed layer has its own distinct function.

While some phones are making music down at the KDDI Designing Studio, the Ply concept phone from Hideo Kanbara might just be a step towards bringing the office with us.

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Siemens Gigaset Eco Visions

Formwelt Studio current project in the form of world focus area “Green Style” for our customer Siemens: possibilities and opportunities of environmentally friendly product design.

Environmental impact is one of the most important criteria for a good product. Siemens Home and Office Communications. Siemens Home and Office Communications instructed form global industrial design, a new generation of modern, forward-looking Gigaset phones to develop in terms of environmental impact, design innovation and new possibilities. The Gigaset ECO Visions show the next steps on this, and are in addition to fine design by high-tech materials, forward-looking technology and environmentally friendly production.

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Bend Mobile

Designer Andy Kurovets presents his “Bend Mobile” concept. He thinks turning on a device and having it grow to nearly double its size will really be attractive to some people. He may be right but where is the proof?

It is also including a high capacity digital camera that also pops out to larger than expected proportions. All that and it’s curved, for easy sliding in and out of your pants.

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Motorola Sparrow

The Motorola Sparrow was conceived to provide retail stores with a mobile point of sale device. It combines a scanner, point of sale (POS) system, RFID, communication and credit card reading capabilities into one mobile device.

Both the front and back of the Sparrow are equipped with touch sensitive areas, supposedly making it easier to navigate and use. The entire unit can hang from a lanyard.

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Maple Wooden Phone Concept

Mobile phone makers are constantly looking for new ways of creating an even tighter emotional bond with your phone. Designers Hyun Jin Yoon and Eun Hak Lee have created a camera phone concept covered in thin wooden film. The Maple handset is made out of African Blackwood. This cool looking handset measures 4.5 x 10.4 x 9.8 cm and rocks an MP3 player, digital camera and basic functions like calling or texting. This unique handset has the display that is placed at the back, revealing itself as you slide the handset.

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Sidekick Customizable Shell

Fun packages to come home to the new Sidekick that just launched! Now with customizable skins that you can design yourself with black, white, or pink plastic as the base. On the next page view full unboxing, and close ups of some of the fun details… and then some REALLY close up (like 200x) views of the new keyboard.

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Cryptex Mobile

Want to try out a phone that takes its design cues from an idea by Leonardo Da Vinci? Check out this nameless cryptex mobile phone concept. Designer Marc Schömann has certainly done well with this new cell phone concept known as the Cryptex phone.

This phone uses haptic technology to provide physical feedback for making a call. To turn it on…twist a section, to dial a number…twist a bunch of sections, to make an international call…break your wrist! There is no display and no buttons. The vibrate feature should prove popular with 50% of the world’s population.

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Bic Phone

Bic phone | the cell phone of disposable Bic, in partnership with Orange. In partnership with the European operator of mobile and Orang, has just launched a mobile ‘disposable’ that has been loaded with the SIM card and 60 minutes of links, which should be used in up to 2 months.

The design as you perceive is not that great (the hardware is not deseignvolvido by Bic, but by Alcatel) and its main and only functions are: to make and receive calls, send and listen to radio torpedoes. It comes in two colors (green lemon and orange) and the number that comes with the unit is valid for only 12 months.

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Pantech Inhealth Phone

The Pantech Inhealth cell phone designed by Kristina Lee is a device geared towards the health-conscious person. This health concious phone enables users to track their health through nutrition and fitness. Other users of this phone with similiar goals(lose weight, run a 5k)network together to motivate, and hold the others accountable for their workout sessions.

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Sens Phone

The “Sens” phone by Takumi Yoshida is a great idea who’s time has come. For the nearly blind, this phone features lighted sides that help convey different alert messages. Forgoing the use of the standard “blind man’s dimple” keyboard arrangement found on most cell phones and designing a more tactile keys distinguishable not only for the blind but for anyone trying to interact with this device.

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