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Concept Smartphone with Unique Physical Keyboard!

23 July 2011 4,386 views No Comment

It’s a well known fact that cell phones have become most important communication tools for humans. Cell phone users are looking for more advanced features and designs. Nowadays, phones are equipped with big display, speedy processor, latest technology, innovative tools, cutting-edge features, and more, but sending a message using their on-screen QWERTY keyboard is not so much enjoyable. This is why designer Kim Min Seok has come up with a concept smartphone that is designed for those who want to enjoy texting, named Samsung Cave.

Concept Smartphone

Its handy keyboard is placed at right of the phone and tilts by 30 degree against screen, which offers more room in same space compared to unbendable keyboards. When it comes to texting on mobile phone, some prefer a phone with a physical keyboard like Motorola Titanium or phones with slider keyboards like HTC myTouch 4G Slide, Motorola Droid 2 Global, Samsung Conquer 4G, and more. But Samsung Cave is totally different from these smartphones.

Built to play more important role as a versatile multi-tasker, Samsung Cave features a multitasking window on the top, which allows users to view running apps without opening the window on full screen. Its keyboard is designed based on a motive of a cave. On the front, a 4 row QWERTY keyboard is seated. With this keyboard, users can enjoy texting more easily and quickly. Hope to see some smartphones based on this concept in near future. What’s your take on this innovative design? Share with us! For more tech reviews, stay connected.

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