orb3000 · Feb 27, 2011 at 06:00 am

Design Concept Phone “The NAK”

It has been a while since we have seen any new concept design. This time, XDA member psikopathe shows his work based on HTC designs to bring a changeable cartridge device to change power levels. The design shows devices running Android and Windows Phone 7. You can see models using 8, 16, 32 and 64 Gb versions running processors from 800 Mhz to 1.5 Ghz with Dual Core. Would be great that companies had a look at this interesting designs and perhaps take it into production. Alternatively, we could think on an interchangeable multi operating systems device as well. The limit is your own imagination.
Leave some comments or post your work on the original thread.

Originally posted by psikopathe
[CONCEPT] The NAK Thread …

Hi, I’m back … I start this new thread to expose my concepts about phones, I’m not a professional but I try to imagine some original devices with some originals spcecifications …
All your comments (good or bad) are welcome …

I’m usually inspired by HTC and my latest concept is one of them …
The entire concept and the others are here –> NAK PHONE DESIGN

Continue to the image design thread.


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