CPT002 Aston Martin concept phone: Mobiado’s imagination runs wild

When it comes to concepts manufacturers are expected to let their imaginations run wild, and why not there’s nothing to say that a concept has to be achievable. Lucky for Mobiado, as the company has come up with a radical concept phone that is hard to imagine let alone manufacture.

They’ve even gone as far as to say which OS the phone will run and has of course named the Android Powered device the Aston Martin CPT002. Its design is a little impractical to say the least making a production level version pretty much impossible.

Some of the key features that are noted in the article at GSM Arena are its Aston Martin interfacing which allows for social networking on Twitter and Facebook through the dash, media sharing and can record stats and act as a monitoring safety sensor in case of an emergency or an accident.

The outside is a combination of two platinum bars which act as a frame and a plane of transparent solid sapphire crystal as its touchscreen display. The bars contain all power from batteries electronics while the display has an embedded color capacitive touch layer somehow.

It’s safe to say that you won’t be seeing the concept debuting anywhere anytime soon. What do you think of the design though? Is this something you expect to see in the future? Let us know in the comments below.

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Written by Chris Cook

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