37. O2-Cocoon Concept
“Cocoon” is nice concept phone from O2. This stylish and beatiful handset offers an integrated 2 megapixel camera module with flash and AF plus, Bluetooth connectivity with A2DP support, a 2GB onboard memory with microSD card slot for external storage, and a dedicated music control on the front panel. Talking about the panel, you can also find a LED light that displays the time and caller ID. I supposed it’ll display the current status of the phone as well, such as incoming call / text message / email. Moreover, Cocoon runs on GSM/GPRS/3G network and features a FM radio alarm clock, a 3.5mm socket, and the ability to download DRM-Free AAC iTunes Plus.
38. Onyx Concept Phone
This concept phone is intelligent and has a Clear Pad format which means it will recognize taps and shapes plus points and even complex gestures which enables with either the finger and or cheek, “The Cheek” that is what you are thinking am I right? Well let me explain, “a phone call comes in you need to answer it right? So all you need to do is instead of using your finger to answer just lift the phone and put it to your ear and your cheek will answer the call.
39. Optimus Keyboard Concept Phone
The idea was partly inspired by the Optimus keyboard concept. So, I called it Optimus keyboard concept phone Although the design intent, platform and implementation would be very different the idea of dynamic keys is fairly powerful regardless of the platform.
40. Pen Knife Phone
The 3.14″ phone has basically 5 buttons, 4 to dial and one to answer. The 4 buttons with numbers allow you to dial by sliding them to the left, pushing on the center, or sliding to the right on each button to get the corresponding numbers. The top button that looks like it doubles as the speaker is used to answer. Push it once and the transparent display pops out to make a call, or to check caller ID. When receiving calls you push it again to answer. When you are done you simply close the straight-edge to hang up.
41. Piccolo Concept Phone
Cell phone designers are trying to design models to attract the women users who need something different and fashionable. After working with feminine colors such as pink, now, it is the turn for the feminine curve to make its way into the cell phone world. Daniel Mota Veiga has designed this female figure inspired model for Motorola. The Piccolo Concept 1 is still in the concept stage and Motorola needs to work on this unique design to make it a reality. After all, it is for its own sake that Motorola must develop innovative models and this might be an instant hit among women and men struck by the feminine shape.
42. Ply Phone or Swiss Army knife of Phones
The Ply phone concept packs so many gadgets inside of it’s woodexterior, you expect to see the Swiss Army logo on it. Like it’s namesake plywood, it has layers and in each layer there resides a gadget, like a phone, game controller, photo printer, projector and more. Designer Hideo Kanbara is obviously a big fan of all-in-one. A prototype actually exists and can be seen at the KDDI Studio in Harajuku. When in Tokyo check it out. I think most of us would love to see something like this become a reality and this is probably what future phones will be like.
43. Poleroid Concept Phone
The phone is labeled HS-RSS, and seems quite small for being a mini photo printer, much less the added camera phoning and media playing the device is supposedly capable of.
Most likely the photo on the left shows a concept camera phone. Not much is known about this mobile phone besides that is has an integrated photo printer.
44. PVOT Concept Cell Phone
The Motorola PVOT is a hand crank phone that offers one minute of usage after a sweat-inducing 25 cranks. Talk about working for your airtime! The hand crank charges the single AA rechargeable battery inside, and the PVOT comes with a 125 x 125 dot matrix LCD and an “Eraser Shield” keypad. It is still unknown whether this concept will make it into production, but should that happen, it will be a boon to developing third world countries in bridging the communications gap.
45. Samsung BRIX Concept
The Samsung Brix is indeed an impressive concept phone that is presented by the Samsung Art and Design Institute. It is a modular that comes with a full touch screen display whereby users are allowed to add additional brick modules to its original platform. This is useful especially, say for example, when the user finds the screen too small to enjoy a good movie therefore adds more bricks to have a bigger display.
Although the Samsung Brix is merely a concept phone by an outsider designer team, in fact, Samsung has been exploring similar ideas to make such a concept phone come to life.
46. Sens Inclusive Mobile Phone Concept
Created by designer Takumi Yoshida, the Sens Inclusive Mobile phone concept offers users real-time audio feedback to help visually-impaired people better interact with their phones. Specially shaped keys are all uniquely accessible making them more identifiable by touch. Since many visually impaired people have at least some ability to recognize light density or colors, the phone concept does away with text and uses color illumination to inform users of basic phone status. By creating a cellphone that can be easily used by people with visual handicaps, the designer opens up a whole new level of possibilities for creating specialized communication devices that can cater to people with special abilities and we sincerely hope Yoshida’s concept will soon be picked up by mainstream cellphone manufacturers as well.
47. SKY Sleek and Slim
Amazing, beautiful, sleek, slim – words that could be used to describe this glowing, mirror-finished concept phone. But, then so are words like impossible, never, keep-dreaming. What we wouldn’t do for this glossy-black fashion phone with that oh-so-desirable minimalist sliding touchpad. The SKY is like that high school cheerleader we all had a crush on – it’s everything we want, but sadly, can never have.
48. SLIQ Eco-Friendly Phone Concept
Designed by Mike Serafin, the Samsung SLIQ is a unique looking handset which offers an advanced touch interface with tactile feedback. The phone comes with an extra wide LCD, a 2MP camera, an integrated video player, a document viewer, MP3 playback, and an integrated memory card slot. Sadly, it is just a phone concept.
50. S-Series Mobile Phone Concept
The S Series Mobile phone is concept at the moment and looks very sleek. It appears to be made of wood combined with a stylish mobile phone screen and keypad. The keypad is not always needed as all the functions of the phone can be operated with out it, although it is there just incase you prefer that method.