Mat Brady designed a brilliant iPhone concept, called Elite, that features a slideout QWERTY keypad and 60 GB of memory. Not only that, but he also sent the design to Mister Steve Jobs, accompanying it with a bold message.



iPhone Elite comes with a 16:9 ratio display, that supports a 640 x 360 pixels resolution, a 5 megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom, video capture support, image stabilization, red eye reduction, timer and flash. There’s also a 1 megapixel videocall camera at the front, which makes this iPhone the product we were hoping for, the first time it was announced.


As if this design wasn’t enough, there’s also a second concept called the iPhone Pro, a modification of the original Elite, done by Jesus Diaz. He fixed the keyboard, made it more user friendly and added a d-pad plus gaming buttons, which make this handset the perfect Nintendo DS rival.



[via Concept Phones]

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