Small cell phones are nothing new, but the “Zanco Tiny T1” takes the crown for world’s smallest, or so the company claims. Measuring in at just 21mm x 46.7mm and weighing 13g, this coin-sized device is compatible with nano SIM cards and features only the necessities, which include a speaker, microphone, keypad, 12.5mm OLED display as well as a mirco USB charging port. Continue reading for another video and more information.
It’s not everyday that you find a modern cell phone with anything less than an 8-megapixel camera, but this bizarre model not only underwhelms with a 0.3-megapixel shooter, but it doubles as a functional shaver as well. That’s right, simply remove the top cover, flip a switch, and you’re ready to groom, but just in case there’s a power outage, a bright LED light ensures that the room stays illuminated. Oh, let’s not forget the phone’s dual SIM card slots for your travels. Continue reading for another hands-on video, more pictures and information.
Based on leaked images and analysts reports, Google’s Pixel 3 XL is reported to have an edge-to-edge display as well as two front-facing cameras. To make this happen, Google is allegedly partnering with Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn, better known as the iPhone manufacturer, to build “new display hardware.” Continue reading for more pictures, another video and additional information.
The Huawei P20 Pro already has a triple lens camera system, but why stop there? The company is set to release their Mate 20 smartphone at the end of 2018, and while Apple is ‘likely to launch a new iPhone model with a triple-lens rear camera in the second half of next year,’ this device could top them all with a quad lens camera system. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Some may argue that the smartphones of today are getting too packed with features, and rightfully so, but “MotoZen” aims to change that by keeping things simple. This cell phone can only be used for communication and photography, with each side of the device devoted to one feature. That’s right, you won’t be able to install any apps. Continue reading for more pictures.
For those who don’t know, Motorola’s RAZR V3, first released in Q3 2004, combined a number of design choices that set the device apart from the competition. It had the thinnest profile at the time on a clamshell phone, sported an electro-luminescent keypad made from a single metal wafer, and utilized an industry standard mini USB port for data transfer, battery charging as well as headphones, all in a sleek aluminum body. The handset was so popular that it sold 130-million units during its lifespan, making it the best selling clamshell phone to date. This V4 concept follows up, but with a foldable OLED display that expands to full-size as needed. Continue reading for a bonus video, more pictures and information.
Light Phone 2 builds upon its predecessor and adds a matte e-ink display, 4G LTE connectivity, its very own proprietary operating system, and physical keys on the side to navigate menu options. Feature wise, you get text messaging, and in the future, basic maps, music, as ride sharing apps, like Uber. Continue reading for another video and more information.
HMD Global is bringing back the infamous Nokia 8110, as made famous by “The Matrix” film, and it has retained its banana-inspired form factor. Priced at $97, this slider phone features 4G LTE connectivity, a Qualcomm 205 Mobile Platform processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, a 2.4-inch QVGA display and a 2-megapixel rear camera at the rear. Continue reading for another hands-on video, more pictures and information.
Here’s a first look at the Samsung Galaxy S9 in a trailer that the company accidentally released ahead of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The handset features a 5.8-inch QHD+ Infinity Display that runs to the edges of the phone, curved at the edges, a 12MP dual-aperture sensor camera, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 3,000mAh battery. Continue reading for another video comparing it to the iPhone X and more information.
Resembling more of a museum artifact than something you make calls with, the Alo Phone breaks away from standard cell phone designs and ditches the display for an entirely voice activated user interface. The body is made from a gelatinous material wrapped around an aluminum unibody chassis, and yes, it does have a camera, but unfortunately (or fortunately), is used only to turn voice accurately into text. Click here for the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a $14,000 gold bar versus a 60,000 psi waterjet.