Google Nexus D concept phone has all of the curves

Google Nexus D concept phone has all of the curves
A mock-up of a concept phone called the Google Nexus D shows that curves might be in when it comes to handsets. Designed by a Dorian Lust, the Google Nexus D shows a curved back, a concave touchscreen and a kickstand to prop the phone up while viewing video. Piping around the diameter of the unit lights up to notify you of a new message.

The designer says that the Google Nexus D was envisioned to have a quad-core 1.8GHz processor, 1.5GB of RAM and have 32GB or 64GB of storage. It's also shock proof which means that dropping the Google Nexus D might not be the end of the world. The phone can also double as a universal remote and get this...it is also a laser pointer

The concept model is designed to support NFC and security comes from a fingerprint scanner and a cornea scan. There is even an option to unlock the phone by waving it in a specific motion. Front and back radar detection allows you to get past Popo's radar and a moisture meter is perfect for farming.

So what do you guys think about the Google Nexus D. Is this a phone that you could see in your hand at some future date?

source: CNET

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