Unhappy with the weather bureau in his town, designer Seunghan Song decided to make a phone concept that can provide users with “accurate” weather predictions on a daily basis.
In real life, this would work if the phone – called the Window Phone – would have wireless access to the Web and gather information from trusted weather forecasting sites.
Assuming that this is not a problem, the Windows Phone would not only let you know if it’s sunny or rainy, but it would also change its home screen according to the weather.
Needles to say, the Windows Phone has a large touchscreen – in fact, it looks like it’s just a big, transparent touchscreen:
Since the phone doesn’t feature any kind of hardware keys, users will have to handwrite phone numbers and messages whenever they want to communicate. Too bad we’re not going to see a real device of this kind too soon.
Via Yanko Desing
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