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Jan 23 2011   5:32PM GMT

My Dream Cell Phone



Posted by: Dave Bateman
Tags:
IPhone
Mozilla Seabird

As I have written in the past, I have an iPhone and I am very happy with it. But today I stumbled across a phone that makes the iPhone look like a rock. I immediately decided that I had found my next phone. This thing is amazing. It has a modular bluetooth headset that doubles as a “mouse,” a built in projector that can project the image of the screen on the wall, or project a keyboard on the desk in front of you, or both. It is fairly thin and provides a nice amount of screen space while keeping the device’s size similar to that of an iPhone.

The speed at which this things moves is unbelievable, as a matter of fact the entire phone is unbelievable and that may be because it doesn’t exist. It ‘s a Mozilla Seabird concept phone and while I normally dismiss concept devices this one hit me differently. While the features seen in this phone are not something we will see this year, I feel this concept does a great job at showing where we could be heading if enough talented and creative people move in the right direction.

If a phone came out with even half of the features this one offers, I would sign up for it today. Why don’t you sit back for a minute and take a trip in to the possible future.  Here’s how it might look…

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