Designed by Jan Rytir, the beautiful concept handset below bears the simple name of “MID”, which makes integrating it in certain device segment quite tough. Mobile Internet Device? Smartphone? I guess that the features will give the verdict…



MID is based on the Intel Atom platform and it features a 47 button QWERTY keyboard, an ultra wide LCD touchscreen, 2 USB slots, an SD card reader and a docking connector. There’s also a trackball on its specs list, microphone and audio input, stereo speakers and 7 configurable action buttons.

The concept uses OLED technology and measures 180 x 80 x 20mm, making it quite a compact device. Plausible? Doable for Intel or any other manufacturer? What do you say?



[via Concept Phones]

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