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These Futuristic Phones Will Blow Your Mind Away

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We literally, can’t imagine the next generation of mobile phones. But, following devices are making us believe that the upcoming mobile technology is quite promising.

Nintendo Plus Phone

These Futuristic Phones Will Blow Your Mind Away

Sony is trying to leave a landmark in the mobile gaming department. Nintendo Plus Phone is a  hybrid between a smartphone and a handheld gaming console. Designer Giuseppe Avanzato proposed this design. The concept involves Android 6.0 Marshmallow and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, plus a 5.1 inch Full HD screen with an AMOLED panel.

Features: 3000 mAh battery, a 12-megapixel camera and a body made of polycarbonate, with a hidden nano-SIM slot.

Blackberry Empathy

These Futuristic Phones Will Blow Your Mind Away

I personally like this design as it is an outcome of a RIM-sponsored design project at the Art Center College of Design. It pairs with a ring that tracks your emotional state and well-being. The ring takes biometric measurements of things like body moisture, heart rate, blood pressure, as well as body temperature.

Hexagon Wavy 2

These Futuristic Phones Will Blow Your Mind Away

Designer Seraphan85 designed this beautiful design. It is basically a bendable smartphone.

Kambala Smartphone

These Futuristic Phones Will Blow Your Mind Away

This smartphone can transform to an earphone as well. Yes, you read it right. The small removable device in the centre of the phone is a Bluetooth earpiece that comes off and allows the user to go hands-free in just a matter of seconds.

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