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Mozilla Seabird community-inspired concept device

0. phoneArena 23 Sep 2010, 22:57 posted on

The Open Web smartphone concept created by Billy May now has a flashy video of its feedback-driven features...

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:48

1. Pings (Posts: 301; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)


WOW!!! iPhone or any other phone eat your heart out... Skip the concept and start making these...

posted on 23 Sep 2010, 23:48

2. hmcougar09 (Posts: 137; Member since: 25 Jan 2009)


That's a pretty sweet phone!

posted on 24 Sep 2010, 00:16

3. aaaaaass (unregistered)


I love the interface. What I want to know is where they hid the battery. The body is so slim that real life phone would require the whole thinned out section to be expanded to hold at east a 2200mAh battery, or plug it in.

posted on 24 Sep 2010, 09:48

4. corps1089 (Posts: 492; Member since: 20 Jan 2010)


By the time this could be released, the multi core SOCs would have very little battery drain compared to modern smart phones and modern battery technology. I am all for virtual interface! In fact, the company who makes the best virtual interface in teh future will dominate all computer platforms as Microsoft has done with Windows today. This is a race to eliminate desktop computers entirely all wired networks entirely, and to be the dominant if not the one and only data platform...

posted on 24 Sep 2010, 15:30

5. Ant (unregistered)


The phone might be a concept for sure but there is a Mozilla icon on an android... The current Alpha needs a lot of work especially to reduce the package size...

posted on 24 Sep 2010, 16:02

6. cowsrockalot (Posts: 34; Member since: 02 Nov 2009)


suck it iPhone

posted on 24 Aug 2011, 16:19

7. box (unregistered)


I've seen a concept like this before, but this seems much more refined and user-friendly; the prior concept I saw used sensors to sense where each finger was in relation to the device, and then translate that into keyboard text input; I think it was a Palm or Blackberry concept from around 2002-2004...

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