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What if you could detach your phone camera and use it somewhere else?

…he selfie stick, the drone camera, and the action camera, because with its potential, it can be as good as all three of them together. With the ability to stick to any surface and capture any POV, the Evo is your own pocketable camera, but it isn’t necessarily bound to your phone. However, it stays attached to the back of your phone, ready to be pulled out and used wherever, truly adding some magic to Marques Brownlee’s favorite phrase… The best c…

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Dual camera? How about Dual Screen!

…dge to edge displays of Samsung, or the bezel-less design of the Essential phone and now the iPhone X. Lenovo’s doing some rather interesting things too, with its flexible screen technology. However, here’s a first. The ZTE Axon M dares to do something no phone company has dared to. A phone with dual touchscreen displays. The ZTE Axon M comes slightly thicker than your average phone, and you notice a hinge running down the right edge. That’s becau…

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The Ultimate Smartphone for Creatives

…nd doubling the battery life of your device. Powered by Continuum, Surface Phone seamlessly transitions from a phone to a personal computer, storing all of your files and applications in the palm of your hand. Surface Phone integrates a multitouch trackpad with an intuitive user interface to create and entirely new, powerful way to experience Windows on the desktop. Creatives never stop thinking of novel ideas. Surface Phone with Surface Pen makes…

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For the serious Smartphone Shutterbug

…th little battery for your photography. Moment’s 2.0 battery case for the iPhone 7 is just perfect for the phone-photography enthusiast. It gives you serious battery chops, while also giving your phone the perfect grip for photo-taking. Moment makes some of the world’s best smartphone lenses, and these snap directly onto the case. A unique case for the iPhone 7 Plus allows you to choose which of the dual camera lenses you want to snap your Moment…

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Tablet Phone or Phone Tablet – You Decide

…tablet. There are two specific elements dedicated to the SIM storage with phone memory and microphone. These elements are distinguished with their fancy etchings on the back. Proposed Specs From two of these concept elements you can design mini cell phone sized 22mm x 44mm x 6mm. On the key elements there are programmed buttons. Other elements are without buttons. On the lateral surfaces in the middle of the fixing tape there are apertures. The l…

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One Beautiful, Bendy Phone

…e interface’s background, simulating how could it be to have a transparent phone. The phone uses a flexible OLED screen combined with a ductile enclosure to deliver a near-unbreakable smartphone to the user. A circular flash was designed to deliver variations of light intensity and to create the “ring flash eye effect” in the eyes of those being photographed. Taking advantage of the ductile material, the buttons were designed seamlessly in the enc…

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Hi Phone, Bye Bezel.

…though rumors are that TouchID is all set to get integrated into the smartphone’s screen (Vivo’s smartphones just managed to pull off this engineering marvel). Although the design looks a little premature (in the designer’s defense, most iPhones look like beveled slabs), it gives us a taste of what the highly anticipated iOS 11 will look like on a device. Plus, is that a front facing camera on the bottom right corner? Hmmm… Designer: Emad Rahimi…

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The phone with a social crusade

…world, live life outside the box that we are now trapped in, known as the phone. The O Phone is for the people who realise how tempting it can be to constantly be attached to your smart device, and also how pitiful it can be to live your life away just staring at a screen (the irony of this is that I’m writing this article through my phone). Taking the phone back to the time when it was just a telephonic conversational device, the O phone isn’t n…

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