Friday, July 31, 2009
Nokia is planning to change the way we think of mobile phones. Their new phone will come in the form of a device that will roll up and mimic a bracelet, bend over and clip to your pocket, wake you up in the morning, form to fit your face when you use it as a phone and more. So far Nokia’s calling this cell phone a personal mobile communication device. To me it looks like a revolution in the way you look at a gadget.
It uses a liquid battery, speech recognition, and a flexible touch screen. The touch sensitive body cover lets it understand and adjust to the actions you take. Sometimes the sensitivity is positively eerie! When the phone rings, the Nokia 888 forms itself into the shape of a phone. You can personalize these forms and record them. So it fits you the best and makes your brother crazy. It’s like the feeling of having an electronic pet, or maybe a butler. As it senses your moves, it understands what you want, and responds to you in the way you love. It learns you, and learns to fit you better.
Also e-motions lets you send forms to the other Nokia 888 users and it. It could be the shape of a heart or a small dance. This way he can tell you he loves you without words.
By the way, e-motions stands for electronic motions. It works just like a program, where you can create forms to send to your Nokia 888 friends. You can send a heart shape to your girlfriend and her 888 will turn into the shape of a heart. That flexibility can get you thinking of all sorts of great things to do. Make a call to your boyfriend, and wrap him around your wrist; give it a date to remember and it can start flopping around. There are hundreds of ways to give the 888 a chance to surprise you. Form follows function and Nokia now lets form follow you.
This good looking device comes to us from designer Tryi Yeh powered by Android known as the “Google GO”.
The Google GO isn’t a real Android phone. It is a concept from designer Tryi Yeh. Is not coming out soon and will probably never be built, but I am sure you would agree it has a beautiful design. The GO has touchscreen and slider functions.
The speakers and mike are positioned on the back which slides to reveal a camera and four customizable smartkeys for quick access to the mail, browsing and more. The buttons change depending on what you are currently doing. The GO comes with what seems an inductive charger, media hookup that uses Windows media centre like interface allowing you to watch TV on your phone or use your GO as a remote. Very likable and very realistic.
Source - Intomobile
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