Concept devices are always a great resource for making an idea of what the future of mobile phones might look like.
Regardless the operating system they might be conceived with, these concepts always attract enthusiasts on their side, either through very high-end specs or through appealing designs.
The Aston Martin concept phone coming from Paul Stet
, a designer from Romania, can easily impress through its aesthetics, as the photos attached to this post show.
The handset features an aerodynamic case, which combines metal, plastic and glass in a modern and elegant manner, to offer an impressive look on a small device.
Those who saw an Aston Martin car will certainly observe that elements that these elegant cars feature have been included in the design of this concept phone as well.
“Flat and sharp thin edge effortlessly blends into soft round surface with fluid balance giving the appearance of aerodynamic performance,” Paul Stet notes.
“The metallic finish and the transparent acrylic block gives the phone a modern and elegant touch in tune with the product’s premium market positioning.” The phone
would sport a large touchscreen display on the front, packed in the elegant yet seemingly robust body, and would also feature video and photo recording capabilities courtesy of a photo snapper on the back, with no flash.
However, no info on what operating system such a device might feature has been provided, which might offer us the possibility to imagine it the way we would like it to be.
The speaker on the back fits greatly next to the camera sensor, while the transparent bottom with the Aston Martin logo on it offers additional elegance to the entire design.
If such a device would indeed land on shelves, it would most probably mean to be a luxury handset, the same as the handset that Mobiado made commercially available on March this year.