Balance Concept Phone Merges Dreams With Renders

In case you can't get enough of real cellphones, designer Bence Bogar has a fake one for you to drool over. The concept, a luxury twist/slide smartphone, combines what we've seen in dual-screen phones with crazy expensive features.

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Specs: two touchscreens with a third display on the back, sliding body that both slides and flips, 400x240 display at 2.8 inches, 5.1-megapixel camera with auto focus, 2x optical zoom, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 512MB internal memory and a microSD slot.

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It's a pretty neat design for sure, but whether it will work in the real world where phones are dropped and slammed all over the place is anyone's guess.

Concept Page [Egystudio]

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DISCUSSION

this is dumb. the sliding and twisting adds no value beyond "ooh, it's cool," (though i think it looks a bit g'dumb, but that's just me) but does add lots of parts to break and surfaces to scratch. and where's the qwerty board?

If you're making a complicated hardware design for a phone, it'd better be based around a better way to qwerty. otherwise it's automatic overkill.

otherwise, focus on UI and input strategies. that's what phones need - better UIs and input schemes to deal with all of that "flexible power"