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Shadow Concept Cell Phone for SONY Features Dual Thin Display System

Submitted by Mladen Milic, Shadow is a concept cell phone proposal for SONY. It’s a project that offers convenient, free space for your fingers with roomier and clearer screen display, it would be really comfortable when watching movies, playing games, surfing, sending emails, or just sending text messages.

Inspired by Royole’s new 0.01mm full-color display, it’s world’s thinnest display, Mladen wanted to create a new cell phone based on that technology. Shadow is designed with two displays, and when fully opened, the top display can be lifted to 45-degree angle for better view.

Designer : Mladen Milic

Shadow Concept Cell Phone for SONY by Mladen Milic

Shadow Concept Cell Phone for SONY by Mladen Milic

There’s a touchpad for scrolling, located at the left side of keyboard. At the right side, user can find zoom and enter buttons. The volume buttons are integrated into the side frame while the earpiece speaker is integrated into the front facing speaker on top. LED notification alert is located on two-angle edge, at the metal side chassis of the phone. In this way, the LED light is highly visible, both when the screen is opened or the phone is placed down (on its back or front).

Shadow concept phone is equipped with removable battery, but it also has built-in small capacity battery to allow user to have more time to replace the battery without restarting the device. Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processor, 6 GB of RAM and Android 7.0 OS, this phone sounds pretty good on paper.

Shadow Concept Cell Phone for SONY by Mladen Milic

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Shadow Concept Cell Phone for SONY by Mladen Milic

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Shadow Concept Cell Phone for SONY Features Dual Thin Display System is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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