The Atrix has a 1GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage plus microSD support. It also has a Laptop Dock with an 11.6-inch screen and full keyboard, so you can surf and use web apps.
The Bio Phone is powered by sensors and “artificial muscle actuators”, allowing it to respond to both digital and physical stimuli by lifting and folding its cover in various ways, much like a notepad.
The Optimus 2X smokes its current competition with a speedy dual-core Tegra 2 chipset, running Android 2.2. The phone also offers full 1080p video recording and playback, and an HDMI output.
Both have a 1GHz CPU, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI out, front camera, IR blaster and universal remote app. The phone has a 4″ screen, MicroSD slot, and 5mp rear camera. The tablet has an 8″ screen.
YouTuber xxmajstor was able to spend some time with the upcoming Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone. The Android phone looks exactly like the pictures we saw earlier. Another video here.
Want something a bit more more serious than the R2-D2 Droid? This Android 2.2 phone is all business, with its enhanced QWERTY keyboard, Quickoffice mobile suite, and global coverage.
We could really use something like Fabian Hemmert’s concept, which lets callers indicate how important their call is, and receivers filter which calls go through based on their importance.
The popular P2P file sharing program gets a mobile version. Forget about Bluetooth, Frostwire for Android lets you share files and chat with other smartphone users either locally or over Wi-Fi.
Details of the next PlayStation Portable have been leaked. The gaming device/touchscreen phone has a 1GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 1GB ROM, MicroSD card support, and a touchpad instead of an analog nub.
So how good is Google Goggles at recognizing locations? These guys decided to dress up as Mount Rushmore and see what the app did. The results are surprising. It’s all part of Google’s Demo Slam.
Patrick Hyland’s Nokia E-Cu (E for environment, Cu for Copper) concept is a mobile phone with copper skin that charges itself by conducting heat to an integrated thermogenerator. (Thanks PistolPete!)
Tokujin Yoshioka’s X-Ray is not afraid to show what it’s made of. The translucent case is complemented by a dot-matrix LED display. It has a Snapdragon CPU, 8mp camera, and 1-Seg TV tuner.
Thinking about picking up a Windows 7 phone? HTC just took wraps off of 5 models, including the HTC 7 Surround, Mozart, Trophy, Pro and HD7. There’s something for just about everyone, everywhere.
Unveiled at CEATEC 2010, Panasonic’s latest addition to the Lumix digi-cam line is also a mobile phone, equipped with a massive 13.2-megapixel CMOS senso and a 3.3″ touchscreen.
Despite the Mozilla brand, Seabird is actually the work of one man – product designer Billy May. May designed the Seabird with emphasis on improving the means of inputting data on a mobile device.
Nokia built 14 prototypes of this phone, which externally resembles the communicator used in Star Trek, complete with the iconic grille and lights. We wonder if it has the Enterprise on speed dial.
An Android 2.2-based cellphone with a 7-inch touchscreen, the Tab has many features that the iPad lacks, like Flash support, a 3.0MP camera, 1080p playback, and a microSD port. And a phone.
This limited-edition Motorola Droid 2 is decked out in the style of everyone’s favorite R2 unit, including a back that looks a little like R2 if you had run him over with a steamroller.
The Proxima concept is actually two devices – the rectangular phone and the wrist strap, which has a proximity sensor. The latter will beep if the two get separated by a certain distance.
BlindType is a ridiculously intelligent mobile touch typing app. We wouldn’t be surprised if we found out that fairies and unicorns made it. We hope it supports other languages as well.
Microsoft flaunts the gaming prowess of the Windows Phone 7 platform, unveiling launch titles and Xbox Live connectivity details. Check out the link for the press release and demos.
Berlin’s VR/Urban put together this strange contraption: a slingshot, which when fired, sends an SMS message through the air and lands it on a big screen. Weird, but cool when you see it.
AT&T’s version of Samsung’s Galaxy S just hit. The Android phone is just 9.9mm thin, features an exceptional 4″ Super AMOLED screen, speedy 3D graphics, a 5MP camera and 720p video recording.
For the guy who’s got every gadget, iHome’s new charging station can simultaneously juice up an iPad, iPod, iPhone and an eReader. USB cables power Blackberries, Nooks, and other devices.
18-year old design student Andrew Kim designed what he thought a high-end HTC phone should look like. The result is at once sleek and chunky, and we want one. Hit the link for more pics and info.
Turn your iPhone into a full-fledged guitar with this wacky accessory. Your iPhone snaps into the neck, providing a fretboard and strumming area, while the base adds an amp and speaker.
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