Porsche Design Smartphone For Your Cellphone Wet Dreams!

Conceptual plans are awesome especially if they promise you the moon! Here is what André luring you with, a Porsche Design Smartphone that is in slick aluminum, and a huge clean multi touch screen. The speaker is hidden out of sight between the glass and the aluminum body, to increase its aesthetic appeal and sound enhancement. The line at the bottom is the home and navigation button and the aluminum volume controls are housed to the left side.

A Quick video access button is hosted at the right side of the phone, giving you easy access to making great home videos. The back sports a dual camera system. You can use only one of the cams to take 5Mp photos and shoot 720p HD video with stereo sound quality, plus use the dual camera system to record 3D video and pictures. And of course, for low light situations there is a LED flash included!

Other specs include Android based system with custom apps developed by André. A 3,5mm audio jack and a sleep button on the top, and on the bottom there’s the battery charger and USB connecter as well.

All good on paper…like I said, a wet dream for the techie-lover in you!

Designer: André Duarte Silva

79 Comments

  • Petr Šulc says:

    Looks like iPhone 4… front side is flipped upside down and in the menu the top bar is flipped horizontally… but it looks very very nice!

  • Petr Šulc says:

    Looks like iPhone 4… front side is flipped upside down and in the menu the top bar is flipped horizontally… but it looks very very nice!

  • Jstr says:

    There are an unbelievable number of spelling mistakes and typing mistakes on those Porsche Design pages. Makes you wonder how amateur the team at Porsche Design really is.

    • Jake says:

      student project, not actually Porsche. Haha, makes you wonder how gullible you are.

  • Jstr says:

    There are an unbelievable number of spelling mistakes and typing mistakes on those Porsche Design pages. Makes you wonder how amateur the team at Porsche Design really is.

    • Jake says:

      student project, not actually Porsche. Haha, makes you wonder how gullible you are.

  • Sam says:

    Ugly. I wouldn't even buy it because they wrote porsche design on it.

  • Sam says:

    Ugly. I wouldn't even buy it because they wrote porsche design on it.

  • Laurent says:

    This guy design the iPhone 4… one year too late…

  • Laurent says:

    This guy design the iPhone 4… one year too late…

  • Nick says:

    humbs down. be creative not just mktg oriented.

  • Nick says:

    humbs down. be creative not just mktg oriented.

  • Igor Chak says:

    This has nothing to do with Porsche design….meaning this was not done by Porsche design..just a high school student project…which is not bad for a high school student!!!

  • Igor Chak says:

    This has nothing to do with Porsche design….meaning this was not done by Porsche design..just a high school student project…which is not bad for a high school student!!!

  • Brian says:

    The kid who designed this is 17 years old. Does NOT work for PORSCHE DESIGN and this should not be posted with Porsche's logos and represented as a porsche design product.

    VERY MISLEADING!

    Unethical design!

  • Brian says:

    The kid who designed this is 17 years old. Does NOT work for PORSCHE DESIGN and this should not be posted with Porsche's logos and represented as a porsche design product.

    VERY MISLEADING!

    Unethical design!

  • Guesat says:

    lol put a sticker labeld 'Porsche Design' on your iphone 4…you have the same…

  • Guesat says:

    lol put a sticker labeld 'Porsche Design' on your iphone 4…you have the same…

  • Rory says:

    speaker* after going through all the hassle of those lovely renders, its heartbreaking to see a spelling mistake in a title like that!

  • Rory says:

    speaker* after going through all the hassle of those lovely renders, its heartbreaking to see a spelling mistake in a title like that!

  • deco20 says:

    that looks as innovative as a turd I just did. cut past iphone 4.

  • deco20 says:

    that looks as innovative as a turd I just did. cut past iphone 4.

  • Rohan says:

    I am sorry but what spelling mistake are we talking about?

    he is 17 and please for god sake , there is a difference between an I phone 4 and this one. there are some design principles of PORSCHE DESIGN which he has TRIED to communicate in this design.he might not have succeeded in that but acknowledge is passion and his demonstration.

    dont knock him down , it atleast isnt one of those where you just say WTF?

    Mr.Brian – some design colleges atleast mine have a course called COMMUNICATION IN DESIGN, where we are taught to design a product and then further CO BRAND it which in return increases communication skills and branding and advertising skills.

    No offence to all,
    @Andre – good work mate ,could be much better!

    CHEERS!

  • Rohan says:

    I am sorry but what spelling mistake are we talking about?

    he is 17 and please for god sake , there is a difference between an I phone 4 and this one. there are some design principles of PORSCHE DESIGN which he has TRIED to communicate in this design.he might not have succeeded in that but acknowledge is passion and his demonstration.

    dont knock him down , it atleast isnt one of those where you just say WTF?

    Mr.Brian – some design colleges atleast mine have a course called COMMUNICATION IN DESIGN, where we are taught to design a product and then further CO BRAND it which in return increases communication skills and branding and advertising skills.

    No offence to all,
    @Andre – good work mate ,could be much better!

    CHEERS!

  • Ben says:

    I guess you are sort of inspired by Andrew Kim(designed the htc 1 concept)'s style? However, nice rendering! keep up the good work!

  • Ben says:

    I guess you are sort of inspired by Andrew Kim(designed the htc 1 concept)'s style? However, nice rendering! keep up the good work!

  • josh909 says:

    Nice… however the exclusive and stylish theme is somewhat destroyed with the misspelling of ‘speaker’…

  • josh909 says:

    Nice… however the exclusive and stylish theme is somewhat destroyed with the misspelling of ‘speaker’…

  • Hey guys! Thank you very much for your comments! This was the biggest project, actually the first one, I've ever done, so is really like to see some CONSTRUCTIVE COMMENTS so I can learn more and more.
    By the way, and it's not the answer for the mistakes, but I'm not a design student!

    Cheers
    André

  • Hey guys! Thank you very much for your comments! This was the biggest project, actually the first one, I've ever done, so is really like to see some CONSTRUCTIVE COMMENTS so I can learn more and more.
    By the way, and it's not the answer for the mistakes, but I'm not a design student!

    Cheers
    Andr

  • Edddd says:

    Using 2 camera lenses that are 15 mm apart won't give you any 3d effect. you need to increase the distance. in order to get te best effect, they need to be at least on the same pitch as your eyes are.
    you could put one on the top and bottom part to get the largest pitch.

    Other than that, it does really look a bit like an I phone 4 with tighter radii in the corner.

  • Edddd says:

    Using 2 camera lenses that are 15 mm apart won't give you any 3d effect. you need to increase the distance. in order to get te best effect, they need to be at least on the same pitch as your eyes are.
    you could put one on the top and bottom part to get the largest pitch.

    Other than that, it does really look a bit like an I phone 4 with tighter radii in the corner.

  • doctorbot says:

    bloody nice for an high school project!

  • doctorbot says:

    bloody nice for an high school project!

  • Duncan says:

    Excellent renderings for a high-school project and nicely communicated on the layout. It's a shame the whole thing is spoiled by spelling mistakes.

    I often wonder with projects like these how much detail has gone into the actual design rather than the concept. For example: the cameras are not far enough apart to capture 3D. How long is the battery life when shooting HD 720p? How is the front screen held in place? Where did the hidden speacker (sic) technology derive from? Estimated cost of manufacture per unit? Weight? It would be nice to know that these issues had been addressed, answered, ignored, glanced at casually from across the room…

    Let down by attention to detail, but a nice concept and well presented.

  • Duncan says:

    Excellent renderings for a high-school project and nicely communicated on the layout. It's a shame the whole thing is spoiled by spelling mistakes.

    I often wonder with projects like these how much detail has gone into the actual design rather than the concept. For example: the cameras are not far enough apart to capture 3D. How long is the battery life when shooting HD 720p? How is the front screen held in place? Where did the hidden speacker (sic) technology derive from? Estimated cost of manufacture per unit? Weight? It would be nice to know that these issues had been addressed, answered, ignored, glanced at casually from across the room…

    Let down by attention to detail, but a nice concept and well presented.

  • markuslaff says:

    Beautiful design… One recommendation, although a custom UI on Android would be excellent, the hard edges of the phone would be a natural fit for Windows Phone 7. Granted that is taking the easy way out, instead of customizing an OS unique to the phone, but the squared off edges just give me that feeling.

    Excellent work… comparisons to iPhone are natural for a glass and aluminum slate device. Think of it this way, you're being compared to one of the most elegant hardware designs on the market. Most other smartphone manufactures can't get close to something this nice.

    • Hey buddy! Thank you very much for your inspiring comment, it means A LOT for me! Is amazing see great constructive comments like this one! And about the comparisons to iPhone I think your completely right!

      Cheers

  • markuslaff says:

    Beautiful design… One recommendation, although a custom UI on Android would be excellent, the hard edges of the phone would be a natural fit for Windows Phone 7. Granted that is taking the easy way out, instead of customizing an OS unique to the phone, but the squared off edges just give me that feeling.

    Excellent work… comparisons to iPhone are natural for a glass and aluminum slate device. Think of it this way, you're being compared to one of the most elegant hardware designs on the market. Most other smartphone manufactures can't get close to something this nice.

    • Hey buddy! Thank you very much for your inspiring comment, it means A LOT for me! Is amazing see great constructive comments like this one! And about the comparisons to iPhone I think your completely right!

      Cheers

  • josh says:

    "Almost made of aluminum and glass" should probably be "Almost entirely made of aluminum and glass" unless it's not made of aluminum and glass. Great rendering, though I'm afraid you're not going to get away from the iphone 4 comments, because, well, it looks like an iphone 4.

  • josh says:

    “Almost made of aluminum and glass” should probably be “Almost entirely made of aluminum and glass” unless it's not made of aluminum and glass. Great rendering, though I'm afraid you're not going to get away from the iphone 4 comments, because, well, it looks like an iphone 4.

  • GT says:

    Hey,

    The comments above ARE constructive. It looks too much like the iPhone. I do see the PD design language but it definitely sitting in the shadow of the iPhone here. Make sure you spellcheck next time… It’s like seeing an attractive person with a rotten tooth. There’s many other roots you could have taken especially since all smartphones look the same nowadays. Your comments also sound arrogant…

    That said, graphic design is well done.

  • GT says:

    Hey,

    The comments above ARE constructive. It looks too much like the iPhone. I do see the PD design language but it definitely sitting in the shadow of the iPhone here. Make sure you spellcheck next time… It’s like seeing an attractive person with a rotten tooth. There’s many other roots you could have taken especially since all smartphones look the same nowadays. Your comments also sound arrogant…

    That said, graphic design is well done.

  • Aderbal says:

    How can you say that does not look like an iPhone4? It actually looks more Apple styled than Porsche. The steel frame, the black cover and the talk hole. But anyway, it is a great project.

    • Hey man! Thank for your comment! The hole you see is not the "talk hole", it's actually a warm sensitive home button. Then you can see I used the same materials the iPhone has, but just because they are the most premium materials used in technology.
      By the way, the P'9522 was released in 2008 and the iPhone 4 in 2010, and I was inspired on the 9522.

      Cheers
      André

  • Aderbal says:

    How can you say that does not look like an iPhone4? It actually looks more Apple styled than Porsche. The steel frame, the black cover and the talk hole. But anyway, it is a great project.

    • Hey man! Thank for your comment! The hole you see is not the “talk hole”, it's actually a warm sensitive home button. Then you can see I used the same materials the iPhone has, but just because they are the most premium materials used in technology.
      By the way, the P'9522 was released in 2008 and the iPhone 4 in 2010, and I was inspired on the 9522.

      Cheers
      Andr

  • Steve says:

    André, the UI screens are not your own. Fess up or I'll sic the internet morality police on you.

    Original designer here: http://designfabulous.blogspot.com/2010/07/htc-1….

  • Steve says:

    Andr, the UI screens are not your own. Fess up or I'll sic the internet morality police on you.

    Original designer here: http://designfabulous.blogspot.com/2010/07/htc-1….

  • kevin says:

    good presentation, but there is no design element in it at all.. all you did was cross iphone4 with the P'9522 and from steve's link, you can clearly see that the interface is stolen from someone.
    i dont see any porche related styling in the concept phone, if you take the porche logo off would you be able to associate the brand with the phone? things u need to think about when saying "brand design"

  • kevin says:

    good presentation, but there is no design element in it at all.. all you did was cross iphone4 with the P'9522 and from steve's link, you can clearly see that the interface is stolen from someone.
    i dont see any porche related styling in the concept phone, if you take the porche logo off would you be able to associate the brand with the phone? things u need to think about when saying “brand design”

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  • Rahul Shirbhate says:

    It’s similar to Porsche Perfume… see this link… what’s the difference!
    http://www.basenotes.net/images/editorial/porsche.jpg

  • Rahul Shirbhate says:

    It’s similar to Porsche Perfume… see this link… what’s the difference!
    http://www.basenotes.net/images/editorial/porsche

  • Kevin says:

    You people have been so well branded by Apple that anytime you see a square phone with a camara & a buttons you say “That looks like a IPhone!”. That’s just a testament to how well Apple has branded it’s products & logo into each & everyone of your minds.

    This guy did a nice job on this & it has this luxuriance & sleekness to it like Porsche cars.

    And who cars if he used Porsche. People use Apple on a daily basis for Apple concepts. He isn’t gonna sell or profit from the concept, It’s just a fun render.

    Your a bunch of tools who have been branded by Apple & have no ability to innovate of your own. I do Concept designs daily & I’m 15. I’d like to see many of you do any better…

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