8 Weird Smartphone Concepts That Could Redefine the Future of Mobility

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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.

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