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Graphite concept phone based on the DVB-H technology

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Graphite concept phone based on the DVB-H technologyYou’re a television addict and you don’t allow yourself to miss any chance to watch all sorts of shows, from sports, to soap operas and concerts, maybe news and comedy shows. That’s why you’ll most probably fall in love with the Graphite DVB-H Mobile Phone concept below, a device designed by Jonathan Findlay.

Jonathan Findlay is a Transport and Product designer who graduated from Coventry University in 2008 with a First Class BA (Hons) with professional enhancement. He has a great experience of working with a number of design studios.

The Graphite has the DVB-H technology integrated, so you can watch live digital TV on the move. We’re talking about a 4-way slider running on Symbian S60 user interface. Notice the superb 3.6-inch AMOLED touchscreen display that adds to the overall beauty of this phone. The TV phone concept features an active mechanical keypad that appears on pressing the screen and a spring loaded cover that guards the battery, memory card and SIM card.

Graphite concept phone based on the DVB-H technologyGraphite Mobile comes with a 2.5 megapixel camera with autofocus and Xenon flash, 3 dedicated camera shutter/stereo speakers, 4 USB ports and 5 dedicated 3.5 mm audio ports. In addition, there are also a 0.6 MP video camera and an on / off translucent button.

The very good news you’d be happy to hear is that the DVB-H technology based concept phone does look production worthy as all its integrated components are already available in the market. You are more than used to this type of concept devices that are developed by all sorts of designers, from newcomers to those who are in the business for some time, and the odds of turning them into reality are very encouraging. But who knows?

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