5 Best Windows Phone Concepts.
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Remember the Lumia 888 teaser from a few days ago? Well designer #bugr got back to us with a full gallery of the handset and it’s stunning! The most original aspect of this device is the fact it has neon lit edges.There’s also a see through Home button of sorts upfront, looking a bit like an angel’s halo. The Lumia 888 concept also brings a Carl Zeiss camera with dual LED flash, a side sensor that allows interactions via swipe. You swipe up to increase volume, down to reduce it and triple tap to turn on Cortana. The handset has minimal to no bezels and the case seems metallic.
The dual flash appears to be more than your regular LED, perhaps a dual Xenon affair? Anyway, the selling point here, the neon light around the edges is able to change depending on the battery level. How cool is that?
2.Microsoft Lumia 888:
Designer Micheal Muleba has rendered a new handset, the Microsoft Lumia 888, a fully curved smartphone with a rubber back and polycarbonate body. This feels like more of a big bracelet than a phone to be honest.The designer claims that his concept packs a 20 megapixel Carl Zeiss camera and a 4K display, as well as wireless charging. Wireless headphones are also included and the device is quite elegant and prone for flexing like the LG G Flex 1, since the G Flex 2 was a bit more stiff. The only problem I have here is the back and the lack of ability to simply rest on a flat surface.Also, this phone may grip to the edge of your back or pocket when pulled out. Of course, if the top and bottom edge can become flat, that’s no longer a problem. I’m guessing that Windows 10 Mobile runs the show together with a Snapdragon 820 chipset.
3.Microsoft Lumia FN:
Designer Micheal Muleba has envisioned a new Microsoft Lumia concept, that he calls the Lumia FN. This handset has a very slim design and comes with a very competent Carl Zeiss camera. You can check it out below.Microsoft Lumia FN has a multi view Carl Zeiss camera, with auto light correction and this smartphone packs a 4K display. The same screen panel integrates a fingerprint scanner and the Microsoft logo at the back is able to change color on notifications. Pictured in gold, among other hues, this concept Windows 10 Mobile device keeps its 3 capacitive buttons and probably measures less than 7 mm in thickness.It has 8 speaker holes drilled into the bottom and a strangely wide port between them. The design seems metallic and the camera should be a bit bulkier, rather than the flat (and no so well rendered) approach we’re getting. Too bad that the front looks so good here, but the back of the Lumia FN is a letdown, with such a big logo.
4.Microsoft Lumia Surface 1:
Every week or so, we catch a glimpse of a new Nokia Lumia or Microsoft Lumia concept phone, but the Surface models have started to appear less and less lately. Today we get a cross between a Lumia and a Surface and the result is not bad at all. This model was designed by Zhan Leunam.The resulting device is a phablet, that combines attributes of the Surface tablet with the usual feature of a Lumia phone. We get the trademark kickstand, with its flexible angles and a 41 megapixel Pureview Carl Zeiss optics camera, with Xenon flash and OIS. There’s an 8 megapixel front shooter, a 6 inch AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass 4 protection and Full HD resolution, as well as ClearBlack tech.
64 GB of internal storage, 4 GB of RAM and a microSD card slot are all on board, together with an Intel processor, most likely a 64 bit one. The OS is Windows 10 and the device comes in silver, black or white. I would have to say this is one fine rival for the iPhone 6 Plus and Nexus 6, plus a damn good follow-up to the Lumia 1520.
5.Microsoft Lumia 1313:
A few days ago we showed you that cooky HTC 11 concept by Marcelo Bahamondez and while checking out the designer’s Behance page, we also found the following Lumia concept phone. This model is called Microsoft Lumia 1313 and while you may feel some influences from the HTC render, this one easily stands on its own.Turns out we’re getting a device with a rectangular format and sporting very narrow bezels. So far so good… Then we get a huge Windows logo at the back and some flashes that haven’t been rendered properly I’d say. The camera does look reasonably realistic and we also get a bit earpiece upfront. Coming in black, blue sea, salmon and white the handset has some Lumia 950 elements, especially at the back side.
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