TPM Helium concept cellphone is a leaner version of Galaxy S III

Concept designs often make you visualize those horizons that you have never thought of exploring thus far. While many of such designs succeed in tickling your fancies at times, one may question their very conception when things go wrong. Just to avoid any regrets, designer Imran Sheikh has mulled over the possible snags thoroughly before coming up with the TPM Helium concept phone. The Android 4.0 handset flaunts a light and slim body – four times slimmer than the Samsung Galaxy SIII.

Measuring 6.8mm in thickness, the concept mobile phone has a 200 x 400 very bright super resistive multitouch display that sits nicely over an original keypad design with “grip angle text”.  An 800 MHz Cortex A9 processor, 512MB of RAM, full Office document support and a microSD card slot come together to make it the perfect gadget for business use. The somewhat lengthy cellphone comes equipped with features like an audio jack, NFC, GPS, Bluetooth 3.0, FM radio with RDS, compass, accelerometer and proximity sensor.

Powered by a 1.450 mAh battery, the cellphone promises to offer 8 hours and 20 minutes of 2G talk time. Other features include headphone resonance cable, a primary 5-megapixel camera at the back with LED flash and 720p video capture and another 2-megapixel camera for videocalls. For music freaks, the mobile phone has original quad headphones and offers 28 hours of MP3 playback as well. Impressive indeed!

Via: ConceptPhones/ThePowerMachines

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