Nokia may not be the powerhouse it once was, but it could be just one smartphone release away from competing with the likes of Apple, Samsung, and LG again. Industrial designer Jonas Daehnert thinks so as well, and unveils the sleek, yet functional, Nokia Vision handset. Featuring a stunning edge-to-edge display up front, and dual cameras in the back. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Sony's PS5 is rumored to arrive sometime in 2019, but Concept Creator gives us a first look at what the console could look like. It all centers around 4K gaming, and is powered by a 16 thread chipset, with 2.6 GHz clock rate and 9.86 Terfaflops of computing power. Unfortunately, there's no official information available just yet. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Sleek and stylish, the Zero Frame smartphone boasts a clear facade, ultra slim bezels, dual cameras in the back, and stereo speakers on the bottom. It may not be the slimmest handset, but its high-capacity battery ensures that you won't run out of power. Continue reading for more pictures.
Automotive designer Steel Drake gives us a first look at what could become the Tesla Model S successor. Called the "Model SD," this vehicle measures in at 93.9 in in length, 76 in in width, and 55 in height, making it slightly more compact than its predecessor. Other new features include: multi-color light strip up front, suicide doors, and a rear window delete. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for a few bonus images.
It's only a matter of time until Apple's iPhone 8, or whatever it may be called, is revealed to the public, but for the time being, fans will have to settle for leaks. One in particular claims that at least one model will have a secondary touchscreen, also known as the Touch Bar, near the bottom, where you'll be able to easily toggle between apps, or log-in via TouchID. Technical specifications wise, the top-end model is rumored to have a 5.8 inch Full HD AMOLED screen with 3D Touch, 4GB of RAM and an Apple A11 chipset. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a fascinating viral video showing how lock picking actually works.
A yellow Ferrari LaFerrari recently fetched $3-million on eBay, and it's no surprise, considering that only 499 were produced. The LaFerrari Aperta is a limited version (209 units) of the LaFerrari. 200 cars will be sold, the additional nine Ferrari LaFerrari are reserved for selected distribution during the 70th anniversary celebrations of Ferrari. Automotive designer Fernando Pastre Fertona gives us a first look at what its successor could look like, in the form of "LaRossa". Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Sony is expected to unveil the PlayStation 5 sometime in 2018, but will it be more like the Nintendo Switch, a semi-portable console, or is the device going to remain a standalone desktop model? Designer Minkyu Kim would like to think the latter, and in a minimalistic way. This sleek concept draws inspiration from the original PlayStation, complete with a disc drive and standard ports out back. Continue reading for more pictures.
Artist Khyzyl Saleem specializes in creating one-off vehicles, and his latest work uses the front end of a BMW M4, and front aerodynamic elements inspired by the Pagani Zonda R. The entire rear was taken from a Zonda R, and left open to showcase the naturally-aspirated 7.3-liter V12 engine, which is good for a 0-60mph time of under 2.7-seconds, while topping out at 218mph. Continue reading for another video, one more picture, and additional information.
BMW teased their upcoming M8 at Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este, an even that took place at Lake Como in Italy, but unfortunately, the vehicle was in full camouflage. Automotive designer Aksyonov Nikita created these renders to show what the production model could look like, complete with the iconic M stripes, aggressive bumpers, revamped exhaust tips, carbon fiber side mirror caps / door handles and black wheels. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
The Mercedes-AMG Project One hypercar will officially be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, but automotive designer Yicheng Fan provides us with a few renderings of what it could look like. Featuring an sleek elongated windshield, headlights that seamlessly blend in with the hood, large air intakes and a floating Mercedes badge up front. Continue reading for two more videos, pictures, and additional information.