The Surreal HTC!

Sometimes it may be wise to live in the surreal world, where gadgets and gizmos do you biding, doesn’t matter if tech support is available or not. This theory applies mainly to cell phones, and here is this HDD Cell Phone with Multi OS, just for your fancy! It supports more than one operating systems through the unique “smart software” platform. This means you can choose your OS, get bored with and then hook up to the software and choose another! Details like contacts, photos etc, get saved and are automatically transferred to the new platform. Besides this, customizable hard buttons, sound and screen optimization and advanced digital experience, are just some of the perks.

Designer: Antoine Brieux

    27 Comments

    • This is a slick design, I like it a lot:).

    • This is a slick design, I like it a lot:).

    • Anonymous says:

      IT looks like a blackberry.

    • Anonymous says:

      IT looks like a blackberry.

    • roodee says:

      I´d buy it…

    • roodee says:

      Id buy it…

    • Jason says:

      I like the clean design of this concept which is actually true to the HTC vein and seems relatively practical. However, this is as far as the practicality goes. The internal hardware specifications– most notably the "1.5 GHz Dual Core Qualcomm Snapdragon"– are absolutely absurd. Ignoring the potential fire hazard that this device poses (resulting from the proximity of high-powered components in any mobile), these specs are far beyond what mobile manufactures can currently offer. I'm not simply bashing the concept. If such a mobile were in existence today, I would purchase it in a heartbeat. However, I am saying that premium quality would come at a premium price and perhaps one upwards of 1000 USD. Is this new territory for smart phone pricing? Not at all. Is this pricing going to herd in the masses? Definitely not. Tesla Motor's Roadster vehicle is a perfectly relevant example of beautiful form and function marred by a horrendous price tag. I do expect to see mobiles becoming vastly more powerful in the near future as users become accustomed to the rising prices; however, until then, baby steps.

      • Joel says:

        Actually, the 1.5 GHz dual core snapdragons will be hitting the market next fall. Sometime this winter though the 1.2 GHz dual core snap dragons should be making their way into phones.

    • Jason says:

      I like the clean design of this concept which is actually true to the HTC vein and seems relatively practical. However, this is as far as the practicality goes. The internal hardware specifications– most notably the “1.5 GHz Dual Core Qualcomm Snapdragon”– are absolutely absurd. Ignoring the potential fire hazard that this device poses (resulting from the proximity of high-powered components in any mobile), these specs are far beyond what mobile manufactures can currently offer. I'm not simply bashing the concept. If such a mobile were in existence today, I would purchase it in a heartbeat. However, I am saying that premium quality would come at a premium price and perhaps one upwards of 1000 USD. Is this new territory for smart phone pricing? Not at all. Is this pricing going to herd in the masses? Definitely not. Tesla Motor's Roadster vehicle is a perfectly relevant example of beautiful form and function marred by a horrendous price tag. I do expect to see mobiles becoming vastly more powerful in the near future as users become accustomed to the rising prices; however, until then, baby steps.

      • Joel says:

        Actually, the 1.5 GHz dual core snapdragons will be hitting the market next fall. Sometime this winter though the 1.2 GHz dual core snap dragons should be making their way into phones.

    • neodroid says:

      I like it but would love to see a few important modifications:

      -The screen should be Super-AMOLED and at that size, can easily do 1280×720
      -The back cover should be one giant solar panel for "passive recharging" of the battery
      -The two flashes should be positioned on the furthest two corners to make the lighting less harsh
      -The speaker shouldn't be facing outward on the back cover, it muffles the volume
      -The camera should be a backlit CMOS type and instead of optical zoom, give it a f/2.8 or lower aperture…ideally, do both
      -Include a 2nd mic on the rear for noise cancellation
      -And last but not least, make that silver metal trim around the phone the antenna!

      Hahah, jk about the last bullet point 😉

    • neodroid says:

      I like it but would love to see a few important modifications:

      -The screen should be Super-AMOLED and at that size, can easily do 1280×720
      -The back cover should be one giant solar panel for “passive recharging” of the battery
      -The two flashes should be positioned on the furthest two corners to make the lighting less harsh
      -The speaker shouldn't be facing outward on the back cover, it muffles the volume
      -The camera should be a backlit CMOS type and instead of optical zoom, give it a f/2.8 or lower aperture…ideally, do both
      -Include a 2nd mic on the rear for noise cancellation
      -And last but not least, make that silver metal trim around the phone the antenna!

      Hahah, jk about the last bullet point 😉

    • k says:

      Wishlist:
      1. If 2× 32GB++ , then better to have two externally accessible micro-SD slots.
      2. 3,5 audio jack contains additional hi-speed optical interface(and supplies power, if necessary) to support optical(!) hdmi, firewire, sata, ect. communications throuhg single port.
      3. IR controlling of home media devices (a ir-led fits easily near dual-flash leds.
      4. And most important – user can personally choose features to be supported/installed – so if I don’t use games and twitter/orkut/ect., IT DOES MEAN,THAT I DO NOT WANT TO SEE THOSE FEATURES IN MY PHONE MENU PREINSTALLED!

    • k says:

      Wishlist:
      1. If 2× 32GB++ , then better to have two externally accessible micro-SD slots.
      2. 3,5 audio jack contains additional hi-speed optical interface(and supplies power, if necessary) to support optical(!) hdmi, firewire, sata, ect. communications throuhg single port.
      3. IR controlling of home media devices (a ir-led fits easily near dual-flash leds.
      4. And most important – user can personally choose features to be supported/installed – so if I don’t use games and twitter/orkut/ect., IT DOES MEAN,THAT I DO NOT WANT TO SEE THOSE FEATURES IN MY PHONE MENU PREINSTALLED!

    • Great idea by HTC with all the new phone OS's coming out now.

    • Great idea by HTC with all the new phone OS's coming out now.

    • shmootz89 says:

      nice, slick design, big up

    • shmootz89 says:

      nice, slick design, big up

    • BG_Nor says:

      I Want This Phoneeeee, The First day that comes out i Will buy it !!

    • sarah says:

      wow its amazing

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