ADR Studios, the designers behind a whole host of concepts. Some awesome, others completely insane, but all show an incredible amount of imagination and attention to detail. The most recent one, dubbed “iPhone+”, packs in an incredible number of features that we’ll never, ever see on an iPhone. Feast your eyes on this gallery:
Although I’m not keen on the look, it certainly follows in the direction of the current smartphone market: really slim and square with a massive, dominating display. The wish-list of supposed features includes:
- Liquidmetal Body: thermoformed on a single plane, no junctions needed;
- Screen with double alkali-aluminosilicate sheet glass;
- 4.3″ Retina Display with In-Cell technology;
- A6 Quad Core processor;
- Rear Camera: 10.0 Megapixel, f/2.4, 1080p Full HD video at 30 frame/s;
- Front Camera: 2.0 Megapixel (VGA), 480p VGA video at 30 frame/s;
- Rear motion sensor;
- Top pico-projector to beam photos and videos on any surfaces;
- Slim design for an edge-to-edge thinner profile;
- New slim-dock connector;
- Fully Capacitive Home Button
As we read a few weeks ago, Liquidmetal is nowhere near ready to be used for mass-scale product manufacture. There was also some pretty solid speculation recently that Apple won’t want to go over 4-inches for the display size, and cramming a projector in to such a thin profile is bordering on insane. It’s fair to say, we’re not going to see anything like this come October when Cook&Co finally uncover the next generation iPhone. That said, I still like looking at concepts.
What do you think of this one? What do you like about it? What don’t you like? Comment below or tweet me: @TiP_Cam.
Via: ADR Studios