8 Weird Smartphone Concepts That Could Redefine the Future of Mobility

    Smartphones have already become an essential part of our lives. But have you ever imagined how they will feel and look in the next 5 years?

    Without further ado, let's have a look at the 8 weird smartphone concepts that could redefine the future of mobility.

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    BlackBerry's Glider concept phone incorporates a curved screen and sliding QWERTY keyboard. There's a 16 megapixel back camera with LED flash, dual stereo speakers at the bottom and a 3650 mAh non removable battery inside.

    Created by Giuseppe Avanzato, the handset is a thin slider with a touch screen on board and a physical button keypad. It is quite unusual for a phone from Motorola.

    The iPhone Square feels like a regular iPhone sliced in half and features an edge to edge screen part. What makes this concept unique is parts of the phone are made from a metal and glass.

    The Google Project Ara Projector packs a small projector on the back side of the device. It has an attached projector and an HDMI port to enhance the multimedia experience.

    Combining a 4.5-inch screen, this device can switch to become a smartphone, watch or even a fitness tracker.

    The designer has conceived a different concept phone that has got the looks of a bracelet.

    Motorola Sparrow concept phone combines a scanner, RFID, point of sale (POS) system, communication and credit card reading capabilities. It is equipped with a touch sensitive areas, the front and back of the Motorola Sparrow makes it easy to navigate and use.

    The LG Flutter concept phone is a crazy device. The device opens up like a fan, and has a flexible OLED touch screen display that scrolls radically.

    Source - Concept-phones

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