Windows Phone 7 Concept: Not as Flat
With the upcoming and most expected Windows Phone 7 launch, several members have made their own graphic concepts on how devices should look and what they should include. This time, XDA member paperclips designed a concept WP7, which was featured on well known mobile sites around the globe.
The frame was made in brushed metal to meet a very stylish design in conjunction with some high specifications such as 1Ghz Tegra 250 processor, 1Gb of RAM, and a 4″ multi touch screen, just to mention some specs.
We hope manufacturers are aware of what users want on a mobile device and bring it soon.
Originally posted by paperclips
[Concept] Windows Phone 7 Chrome
Title changed. This is named Chrome because Metro UI is supposed to be “chromeless”, whereas this isn’t. This is actually my first try at a phone render since I’m mostly just a designer for web and advertisements but I think it came out pretty decent. This is not only a hardware concept, but a WP7 OS redesign. Check out the “would be” specs under the original concept.
You can find more information in the concept thread.
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