Concept Design – HTC Blast
XDA member psikopathe decided to share with us a concept device that he had been working on, the HTC Blast. The concept shows a bottomless front smart-phone using something the designer calls Hand Power, which will turn on your device by simply touching it and without the need of pressing any button. It features a big Amoled 4.7″ 1280×720 pixels screen with a dual core Snapdragon at 1.5 GHz, 1 GB of ROM and 1 GB of RAM with 32 GB of internal storage, a 12 Mpx camera with full HD and a 3.2 MP front camera.
The design is slim and includes a dedicated camera button as well.
What do you think of this concept? what else would you include or modify?
Please let us know in your comments.
Originally posted by psikopathe
[concept] htc blast …
I recently noticed in several HTC reports that customers want HTC to renew their design for their future phones …
Here is my personnal answer to this fact …
All your comments are welcome.
The entire concept with many others images on NAK Studio
Continue to the concept’s original thread to see more.
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