Concept phones have been revolving around the gadget world from quite a long time. This one seems different, 91mobiles.com, India’s largest gadget research website for mobile phones and personal technology has come up with the Google Nexus 360 concept phone.
At present changes are taking place in terms of how a user interacts with the environment around him. The evolution of mobile technology has been drastically changing. There was a time when we used mobiles to make calls. But now with the advent of smart phones, people are more connected to their loved ones. The rage of Social Media and that “Always Connected” feel gives people more comfort. There is a missing link that’s constantly drawing the Hardware Manufacturer’s to find the Ultimate Gadget.With Google releasing the Android Wear,people have started embracing this new era of communication. But the Android Wear also seems incomplete. These smart watches need to be connected to an Android Phone to and they only serve as a intermediate device.
This gap can be diminished if Google Nexus 360 concept comes to life. This concept is far more rational then the other concepts that are being developed. If Google Nexus 360 is made in real then the world of smart phones will get a refreshing new look and people more convenient mode of communication.
A phone that converts into a watch
Use it as a conventional phone, or wear it as a wristband… with the full range of features available in both modes.(flexible yet scratch resistant materials are currently available in prototype phase form Dai-Nippon printing, and utilize flexible circuitry that has been around for years thanks to brands like Molex who specialise in creating flexible circuits for devices we use today)
Flexible Polymer OLED Display
Flexible Polymer OLED display
It offers great usability and vibrant visuals. (earlier seen on the LG G-Flex smartphone; is being mass produced by LG Electronics for global consumption)
Embedded Bluetooth Headset
Embedded Bluetooth headset
It can be docked on the side of the device, and draws power from it for charging. (Indian mobile device maker Micromax first came up with the idea of an embedded Bluetooth headset and offered it with the Van Gough feature phone)
An integrated fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor
It can take care of security, health monitoring and sleep tracking. Integrated sensors and apps capture related data.
A tube camera that’s on your wrist
Makes shooting easy, and allows snapping pics from different angles. The same high-resolution camera doubles up as primary camera, along with shooting selfies.
E-Ink Display For Notifications
Always-on e-ink display on the side
It makes sure users don’t miss out on notifications.
(A feature adopted by Notion Ink for their Adam tablet)
Designed for all-weather use: IP67-certified for resistance to the elements.
5-inch Full HD resolution display but with a wider aspect ratio of 2.40:1
Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, quad-core processor with clock speed of 2.5GHz
3GB of RAM
64GB / 128GB storage options (non-expandable)
16- Megapixel rotating tube camera with LED Flash and software Image stabilization and support for 4K Video recording
4G/ LTE connectivity
Dual Band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC
Biometric fingerprint scanner embedded under the home button
Optical hart rate monitor at the back of the device
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