16. Glass Concept Cell Phone
Cell phone Material’s development is already a wide variety, and there are stainless steel, engineering plastics are also a number of environment-friendly materials, but you have not seen the glass to create this phone?
17. Google Vision Concept
Google is surely a dominant factor in our internet usage. But how about Googlin’ each and every object you see on the road? A conceptual gadget made by UK designer Callum Peden is called as Google Vision. The device consists of a retractable LCD screen, integrated GPS and camera. It works by capturing the image of the object with the help of camera and GPS to locate the place. It is then compared with the indexed database objects and the details can be seen on the LCD screen.
18. Graphite Concept Phone
The Graphite has the DVB-H technology integrated, so you can watch live digital TV on the move. We’re talking about a 4-way slider running on Symbian S60 user interface. You must have already noticed the superb 3.6 inch AMOLED touchscreen display. The TV phone concept features an active mechanical keypad that appears on pressing the screen and a spring loaded cover that guards the battery, memory card and SIM card. also it has 2.5 megapixel camera with autofocus and Xenon flash, 3 dedicated camera shutter/stereo speakers, 4 USB ports and 5 dedicated 3.5 mm audio ports. In addition, there are also a 0.6 MP video camera and an on / off translucent button.
19. Health Concept Phone
This health conscious phone enables users to track their health through nutrition and fitness. Other users of this phone with similar goals (lose weight or run a 5k) networks together to motivate, and hold the others accountable for their workout sessions. The phone is equipped with eNose technology in order to “smell” and recognize foods eaten by their unique chemical signature. It tracks intake wherever you go, and will periodically analyze info to let you know what food groups you are missing.
20. LG Synthesis Concept
The LG Synthesis concept you see here from 16-year old designer Andrew Seunghyun Kim dances to the touchscreen smartphone tune of today, featuring a hole that functions as a physical viewfinder although other people might actually use it to hook it up to a keychain or something. It will be solar powered, of course, to keep in line with the overall green theme. While this won’t see the light of day anytime soon, for a 16-year old to conjure this? Our hats off to Andrew.
21. Mac Concept Phone
The device looks gorgeous, as promising as it could never be in reality. But let’s continue the dream. The concept phone is white, where it got the Mac name as well, even though it has nothing to do with Apple.
Touchscreen is the ultimate solution for everything, seem to consider handset developers lately, as this concept expands the touch sensitivity borders of the Mac phone to the limit, almost erasing all borders.
22. NamFleG concept Phone
This gorgeous concept phone designed by Marat Kudryavtsev and bearing the name of NamFleG. It’s a luxury handset, with a sexy curve at the back and gold highlights. It’s the keys that I don’t like that much, while the edges that surround the display aren’t at all a nice design option.
23. Nano Phone Concept
Check out this concept cell phone that incorporates the latest and greatest of modern technologies. The entire face surface is constructed from a color sensor display. While the standard position of the phone is vertical, it can be turned horizontally when you want to watch video. Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity allows synchronization with your PC, while the fuel-cell based battery ensures adequate talk time before running out of juice. You just recharge the battery by placing it in a special wireless pad.
24. NEC Tag Concept Phone
The NEC Tag is a flexible phone concept that can be , for example, hung from a belt or wrapped around the user’s arm. Somehow similar to the Snaked concept, But Interesting is that the phone has shape-memorizing material and sensors that allows the phone to change its shape according to the mode.
25. Need Concept Phone
We usually show you sci-fi concepts or crazy designs, but the “Need” concept you can see above goes on the minimalistic side and doesn’t come with uber features. It’s designed with communication in mind so there’s no trace of a camera, or media player or anything else.
The Need phone features 2 screens, an OLED and a touchscreen and it’s so basic that it allows you to see the battery after sliding its lock down.
26. Nokia 888 Communicator
Nokia 888 communicator, a concept design that won Nokia’s Benelux design contest. The bracelet-like 888 is envisioned to use a liquid battery, feature speech recognition, a flexible touch screen, and a touch sensitive body cover. A video showing off the device’s potential features shows off close to a dozen functions, including an alarm clock, PDA, GPS, phone, push email receiver, digital wallet and, of course, jewelry. And, other than the “liquid battery,” we can actually see this in the not-too-distant future. Just give us some full-color E-ink, flexible OLED displays and inkjet-printed circuit boards, and we’re almost there.
27. Nokia 9900 Pen Phone
Nokia 9900 pen phone concept really makes us wonder what life would be like if this thing ever came to life. New Nokia 9900 pen phone functions like a normal writing device with the button on top of the device that is used to control the phone.
28. Nokia Aeon
Nokia Aeon is based on 2 touch sensative screens fastened together by fuel cell battery. Nokia is keen to have phones like this hit the market and also have them wearable.
29. Nokia BMW Concept
The Nokia BMW Video Phone concept with the brand name of BMW attached to the concept, you can expect nothing but the best without compromising on its looks and styling cues. Of course, the price is going to be stratospheric as well, placing it well out of reach from the working class. Best of all is, this concept handset features a “push to open” mechanism that enables the owner to rotate the cellphone 90 degrees to activate the camcorder function. Other features include GPS navigation to help you get around. Hopefully there will be little or no high maintenance costs that BMW vehicles are famous for.
30. Nokia Cellphone Concept with Shape-Shifting Screen
Nokia ShapeShift comes with a preset form made out of 2 plastic layers, that’ll replace the standard pixel-based screen. One of these layers is a flexible one, while the second is a hard material and between the two there’s some sort of special liquid. This will have the same refraction as the layers.
Moving the liquid around between the layers creates button shapes on the surface of the display, allowing the user to interact with the handset. The cellphone measures 11 x 5,5 x 1,2 cm and weighs 125 grams, while the display is a 4 inch unit.
31. Nokia E97 Envelope
Nokia E97 Envelope is a cool concept cell phone design by Fabien Nauroy, and takes its design inspiration from an envelope, with OLED keys that can change to either a numeric keypad or full QWERTY.
Nokia E97 Envelope has two displays, a basic screen can display numbers and caller ID, and the other pull-out wide OLED screen that can be used as a storage device and can create and share files or pictures.
32. Nokia Kimmu Snap Fold Phone Concept
The Nokia Scentsory (a concept phone designed by Kimberly Hu) allows users to communicate remotely on additional sensory levels. In addition to including basic audio visual features, it can detect, transmit and emit smells. It can also radiate colors, lighting, and temperature from the caller’s environment. In addition, the Scentsory will have wellness aromatherapy and owner scent identification features.
33. Nokia Morph Concept
n exploration of the possibilities of nanotechnology in mobile devices, the Nokia Research Center and the University of Cambridge (Nanoscience Centre) came up with Morph. This concept demonstrates how mobile devices of the future may be able to flex, stretch, self-clean, utilize solar power, and achieve extreme transparency thanks to advances in the application of nanotech.
The Nokia Morph concept was launched in conjunction with MoMA’s Design and the Elastic Mind exhibit and is currently on view until May 12, 2008.
34. Nokia Open Concept Phone
The “Nokia Open” is/would be a cell phone that opens like a fan with a “scrollable touch screen”, by designer Hugo Danti.
This was the 1st prize project done for NOKIA 4G mobile concept competition. It incorporates a scrowlable lcd screen, with touchscreen technology and allows to adjust the space on screen to each function you whant to use like video conference and internet navigation at the same time. One main button controls the primary functions. All others are acessible on the screen.
35. Nokia Remade
The ‘Remade’ mobile is made from upcycled materials like aluminum cans, plastic drink bottles and old car tires. Inside the sleek “nothing new” casing are more environmentally sensitive technologies like printed electronics (which reduce waste and CO2 emissions during manufacturing) and a backlit display which saves energy and increases the life of the battery.
As ‘Remade’ tails on Nokia’s recent launch of the eco-friendlier 3310 Evolve and other recent green moves including a cell phone recycling initiative in New York, we can’t help but keep highlighting the company’s focus on sustainability and look forward to what greener gadgets pop up from them in the future.
36. Nokia Tube Concept
Nokia Tube concept was showcased at the Evans Data Developer Relations Conference in Redwood City. The company added that Tube would support Java unlike the iPhone which lacks support for it and Flash. But Nokia has still not published more about this concept.but we can expect good competition with Nokia and other major mobile companies.However the final result is everything is getting better, we hope so.