Billy May and Mozilla Labs want to develop a concept Mozilla Phone, and they need your help; the OLED Blackberry is just one of his concepts, but you can submit your own here.
Samsung’s Memoir is now official, courtesy of T-Mobile; rumored to be available this month, it features a full touch screen with TouchWiz UI, 8 MP camera with Xenon flash and 3G speeds.
They sound like an odd couple, but Garmin and Asus are partnering on the nuvifone G60, a navi-focused cellphone which will feature 3.5G speeds, a Webkit-browser and a touchscreen.
We don’t associate Toshiba with mobile tech, but their ultra-thin, 9.9 mm thick TG01 cellphone is impressive: it features a 4.1″ touchscreen, HSDPA, GPA, 1GHz CPU and WinMo 6.1.
The Helio Ocean’s successor, the Ocean 2 is a dual slider that features a more spacious keyboard, touch pad sensor and wider display; the cost: it’s rather bulky and heavy at 5.9 oz.
Motorola’s Stature i9 finally arrives this month at Sprint and Boost; the 15mm thin push-to-talk phone, built-in GPS, a 3.1 MP camera and bluetooth; the external flip screen is touch sensitive.
Nokia’s Classic line-up includes the budget 2700, mid-range 6303 and premium 6700; these are no-frills candybars that eschew new software and touchscreens for style and functionality.
The future is here and it’s wearing a tacky yellow blazer: Hitachi’s WOOO H001 phone features a 3D display thanks to stereoscopic tricks; it’s only available through Japan’s KDDI carrier.
General Mobile’s DSTL1 cellphone finally makes Android sexy with a design similar to the Touch Diamond; no 3G, but it does sport a 3″ touchscreen, dual sim cards and a 5MP camera.
Chris Owens’ Edge cellphone refines the slider concept with a transparent, low-profile glass keypad with LED backlighting; the phone itself is made with a mix of aluminum and ABS plastic.
HTC’s Touch Cruise is mid-range phone targeted towards globetrekkers; it includes a cradle for in-car GPS navi, a Footprints app for geotagging, a 2.8″ QVGA screen and quad-band GSM.
Fujitsu’s F-01A seems destined for some primo beach time; it’ll survive up to 30 minutes underwater and features a 3.2″ touchscreen, 5.2MP camera, GPS and TV tuner.
It may not be pretty, but Motorola’s Tundra meets US Military specs for abuse while managing to pack a decent feature set with 3G, SMS, email, 2MP camera, aGPS and microSD slot.
Impracticalities of a wood case aside, this S-series handset by student Simon Enever is an interesting blend of bamboo, black acrylic and stainless steel; any chance that’s a touchscreen, Simon?
While the tiny numbers may not be ideal for the mainstream users this Freedom 2010 concept phone targets, its “keep it simple, stupid” philosophy features strike a chord with us.
Palm is back in a big way with the Pre; this multitasking phone features a 3.1″ multitouch screen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 3MP camera, wireless charger and webOS platform.
Sony Ericsson’s C510 cellphone attempts to rope in consumers to their Cyber-shot line; it features a 3.2MP camera with HP Snapfish integration, autofocus, face detection and geotagging.
With a 2.8″ touchscreen, Wi-Fi, 3G, aGPS, 3MP camera and secondary VGA camera for video calls, Motorola’s SURF A3100 squeezes a lot in; too bad it’s Asia and Latin America only.
Mac Funamizu over at Petitinvention is well known for his ultra-sleek gadget concepts that often favor form over function; his Lupa phone is part Aura, part iPod and all sexy.
With declining marketshare, Motorola might want to consider Brad Mitchell’s MotoFocus concept; two touchscreens allow for dynamic displays that separate work from play.
Not to be upstaged by the LG GD910, the heretofore unknown hipsters at Phenom have dropped the SpecialOps; it sports a 1.3″ touchscreen, external keypad, and camera.
Clean and unpretentious, Philips’ Russian market X710 Xenium is a simple phone, but two features stand out for business travelers: a generous 1900 mA/h battery and dual SIM slots.
Case-mate’s BlackBerry Bold Smart Skin case features a laser-cut cover that lets backlighting through; we also dig the Carbon Fiber texture which is similar to their Vroom case.
LG’s GD910 wristphone seems too good to be true; it’s a gadget lover’s dream, with a 1.43″ LCD touchscreen, 3G HSDPA, text to speech, and built-in camera for fielding video calls.
Philips’ Xenium X620 seems to be Asia only, but we dig this candybar phone’s sleek, monoblock design; along with music and video playback, it can run an amazing 50 days on standby.
Blackberry’s Curve 8320 is now available with AT&T, specifically for use with its Wi-Fi hotspots including Starbucks and Barnes & Nobles; also: QWERTY keypad, bluetooth, 2MP camera.
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