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Nokia 1 Tablet

This Lumia-inspired Nokia tablet comes courtesy of Jonas Daehnert. This design opts to go with the controversial stylus, but there’s no denying that Windows 8 looks tailor-made for tablets and partnered with typically chic Nokia styling, this concept shows just how mouth-watering the prospect of a Nokia tablet is.

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BlackBerry Blade

Assuming a beautiful quad-core phone would ever make it into the real world considering the latest news from RIM, we’d like to think that if BlackBerry changes its mind further down the line, the Blade could compete against the iPhones and Android phones of this world. A quad-core processor running at 1.5GHz, 4.5-inch AMOLED display and 12-megapixel camera are touted for a smartphone we are most certainly never likely to see.

Designer: Pixelcarve

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Acer Smartphone Concept

One day maybe Acer will make a smartphone that will be universally loved and maybe it will look something like this gorgeous-looking concept. The Android 4.0 smartphone with two ‘chins’ uses the lower one to display icons and apps and the other dedicated to the camera. Available in a variety of colours, Hsus suggests the phone would feature the latest quad-core chip processor technology. Let’s hope Acer are keeping an eye on these slick designs…

Designer: Dan Hsus

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The Blue Experience Facebook Phone

The Blue Experience is a dedicated Facebook Phone, designed for the social media-savvy modern day gent or lady. It has instant buttons for easier access to different applications such as Instagram and Spotify, and a dedicated ‘Like’ button. The wedge design means the display is easily viewable even when the phone is flat on a table.

Designer: Tolga Tuncer

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The Concept of iPhone 6

Seventh generation Apple smartphone anyone? We haven’t even seen the iPhone 5, yet the guys at NAK Design have dream up this iPhone 4S-looking device that most notably hosts a larger 4.9-inch screen. Measuring in at 125 mm x 63 mm, the iPhone 6 mock-up makes room for the extra screen estate by repositioning the home button to the side of the device. Would Apple ever entertain the idea of removing that humble home button? Never say never we say…

The iPhone 6 represents the hope for a all-new iPhone. While we expect a small update this year, the iPhone 6 is when we could see a larger screen, a brand new design and new iPhone features Apple can’t squeeze into the same old design.

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The Concept of LG Touch Mobiles Design

Recent winner of the 2012 LG Mobile Design Competition, this ambitious smartphone concept features a raised touch screen and can provide tactile and visual feedback making it easier to use for visually impaired users and the elderly. Designer Andrea Ponti aims to create a product that has the difficult task of fitting all users perfectly but at the same time feel custom made. We’d love to see it work.

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The Concept of iPhone Headset

We know that the Retina display is already a pretty nice place to watch videos and films, but this concept tries to take the mobile cinema experience one step further by combining a pair of headphones with a hands-free placeholder to grip the iPhone to keep the smartphone at eye level and create the mobile home theatre experience.

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Mobile Phone Accessories of the Future

Mobile phones have been popular since their first years and now they became more used than ever. The diversity of offers and the release of smartphones has increased the usage of phones and cool accessories and mobile phone cases for them worldwide. Because of the competition between different manufacturers and carriers, more creative gadgets began to appear on the market. A smartphone allows you to do all the things you would do from a desktop computer and even more. In the future, the accessories for phones that may seem now like wonders could be available for public use.

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Alternative Ways Of Charging Batteries

Green alternatives to charging phone batteries can be the use of body electricity, or the use of solar power. More method may be discovered, but these two are something already considered. The main advantage of using these chargers is that they do not need to be linked to the power system of a building. Wherever you go, you can use your phone independently of a power outlet. People who spend a lot of time outdoors can see these solutions as amazing. Batteries that are charged by using the index finger may seem a crazy idea for some people, but this technology is already used for decades, except it was only used for wrist watches. You can also wear bracelets that can convert the motion energy from your hands in electricity.

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There is a total of three ways of charging batteries without the need of a power outlet that will soon gain rapid popularity: solar panels, motion energy conversion and body energy converters. Motion chargers could gather the most energy from the body while running and exercising, and they could be mounted on shoes.

Unfolding Displays

Unfolding displays is a technology that will soon make its debut and it will allow up to thirty inches of unfolding. Users can watch videos on a larger screen, which can be good for the health of the eyes. Once you watched a video, you can fold the screen back. The applications of this technology in space and in the military field can increase rapidly. But, regular users could also take advantage of unfolding screens.

Sticky Accessories

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There are different types of sticky chargers. While some of them can be used for being stuck on the skin, other can be placed on windows, for solar power charging. The methods involve the use of a button that you have to press for sticking and unsticking the outlet on and off your skin/window. The best thing about this method is that you can have a free energy power outlet anywhere you go.

Extended Use Cases

Cases can now be extended for an additional battery, as the power demand for videos, music, applications and games today can be quite high. You can find cases today that may be resistant to water, shocks and scratches. In the near future, who knows what wonderful properties and extensions.

phone cases may have? Maybe you will be able to change the colour or the texture of the case just by using a phone application, or you could use multiple batteries. Mobile lenses and cameras can be good extensions for future phones as well.

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Reasons Why The Samsung Galaxy Ace Is Still Selling Strong

With so many new mobile phones hitting the market every day, it’s no surprise to see many of the models simply disappear over time and be replaced by other new models that are even more modern and technologically advanced. Yet, despite the ever-changing world of mobile phones and mobile technology, one phone is still selling quite well, and that phone is the Samsung Galaxy Ace.

So why is the Samsung Galaxy Ace still selling well as other mobile phones that appeared just as great and innovative fall by the wayside? Below are just a few of the strong features that this phone has to keep it going strong and keep consumers interested.

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Unique, Eye-Catching Exterior

The Samsung Galaxy Ace is a modern phone that does not look dated at all, and with new colour offerings, like purple, it is appealing to adults and teens alike. The sleek exterior also boasts a large touchscreen on the front that allows users to view all of their apps, internet pages, emails, and HD videos with ease, no matter what lighting they are under.

Newer Technology at a Great Price

With a responsive, bright touchscreen, you can do everything you would expect on the Samsung Galaxy Ace smartphone, but you do not have to break the bank to purchase one. This is one of Samsung’s budget-friendly models, making it great for adults who do not have a lot of money to spend on a new mobile phone every two years, or for those parents out there who are looking for a great mobile phone for their teenage sons or daughters and are not willing to pay too much money on a device that their teens will surely find obsolete in a year.

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Yet another great feature of the Samsung Galaxy Ace is the fact that it always keeps you connected, no matter where you are, thanks to 3G technology that allows you to accept and share data at fast speeds, as well as built-in Wi-Fi connections that allow you to save on your data usage, which can lead to savings on your mobile phone bill in the long run as well.

Entertainment to Keep You Occupied

From apps that range from music players to games for kids of all ages and even adults, the Samsung Galaxy Ace is a popular smartphone because it can help keep you occupied no matter where you are, such as on the train waiting to get to work or waiting on line at the grocery store.

In addition to downloading apps and listening to your favorite music, you can also enjoy watching videos on the Samsung Galaxy Ace, from movies to your favorite television shows. Stream them at high speeds, thanks to the 3G connection or Wi-Fi available in your home or office. And, of course, you can take some amazing videos of your own, thanks to the built-in 5-megapixel camera. But don’t forget that you can also capture all of life’s greatest moments on your phone, thanks to the still camera.