This post features a collection of creative concept cell phone designs, created by talented designers from around the world.
Ply Cell Phone Concept
Ply’s name is taken from the design of multilayered plywood, and each layer has its own very distinct function, ranging from a photo printer to game controller to mini digital projector. [link]
Leaf Cell Phone Concept
Leaf has a unique natural design reminiscent of a leaf in spring. The eco plastics provide sensational haptics and substantial convenience. The invisible OLED display is embedded in a translucent lens encasement, giving the phone a futuristic touch. [link]
Maple Cell Phone Concept
Hyun Jin Yoon and Eun Hak Lee created a camera phone concept covered in thin wooden film, with touch sensitive buttons that light up through the housing when you touch the phone. [link]
Sky Cell Phone Concept
“Sleek & Slim” concept phone with luminous blue touchpad. [link]
LINC “Green” Cell Phone Concept
LINC (The Lifecycle Concept Phone) is a typical touch screen smart phone with all the connectivity and features you come to expect. Its got a cell phone, a media player, a web browser, GPS, downloadable content, Bluetooth, wifi, the latest 3G network. But here’s the catch.
LINC is leased to the user as a service, not a product. The user holds on to the device for about a year, and when the next generation of hardware comes along, the user receives a new LINC in the mail. The LINCs inform the user of their hardware upgrade, wirelessly transfer the digital account, and before being shipped back to the manufacturer, LINC informs the user of the next part of its journey. [link]
The Scroll Cell Phone Concept
This concept cell phone comes with multimedia player, Wi-Fi connectivity, built-in camera/camcorder, computer functions, Bluetooth and e-paper display to deliver high-end functions.
The Scroll would use Windows XP or Vista as the operating system and would allow the user to capture 10MP pictures or use the 1080p camcorder function. [link]
Bend Cell Phone Concept
Why bother with one screen when you can have two for probably double the price? Designer Andy Kurovets presents his “Bend Mobile” concept. He thinks turning on a device and having it grow to nearly double its size will really be attractive to some people. [link]