Xazac designed yet another Zune concept phone, after 10 hours of hard work and this time we’re dealing with a sliding device that uses Microsoft’s Surface technology and Windows Mobile 7. This is a 3 way sliding device with a 3.3 inch multi-touch OLED display and a secondary screen used as the virtual keyboard.



Zune Slide features a 6 megapixel camera with autofocus and flash, a VGA camera for video calls, support for most types of connectivity (WiMAX 4G included, WiFi n, Bluetooth 2.1) and a huge internal memory (80/120 GB). The Zune player is still there, perhaps in its 3.0 version, but it’s the use of the Surface technology that really fascinates me…

Will we ever get all of those nifty specs in our pockets?




[via Concept Phones]

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