Google Nexus D Concept surfaces Online with Curved Display And Offbeat Design

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Google Nexus D Concept surfaces Online with Curved Display And Offbeat Design

A couple of weeks ago, Gizbot reported the concept design of the Google Nexus 2 smartphone, as designed by Killu-Chan. The design could not be in the spotlight for too long, as CNET has recently come up with another render of what the next Nexus smartphone could look like. The recent concept design is the work portrayed by Dorian Lust.

The designer has titled the handset Google Nexus D and the render features an impressive design. The smartphone features a curved touchscreen display, which is the most interesting part, as it is not found on any other smartphones.

The CNET report states, “The concave touchscreen helps the Nexus D concept nestle in the hypothetical hand, while the kickstand lets you set it down to enjoy high-definition movies and TV. The curved screen is edged by light-up piping to notify you of a new message”.

Nexus D concept is a fictional mockup of the imagination of the designer. He has also come up with a few specifications of the handset. Lust claims the Nexus0 D to have a 1.8 GHz processor, 1.5 GB RAM and 32 GB or 64 GB of onboard memory.

There is no information about the camera, micro SD card slot and other features. The report claims, the Nexus D smartphone to be shock resistant, in built with NFC and protected with radar detection. The concept smartphone comes with a kickstand that can be useful while watching videos or browsing the Web.

However, Google Nexus D is a concept design of what the designer wishes the handset to look like. The chances for the next Nexus smartphone to look like the concept design is quite slim.

How does the Nexus D concept look like? Would you prefer the smartphone if it looks like this, with a curved display? Comparing with the previous concept design, which design do you like.

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