JanSt

Your Dream Phone - what would it feature?

No doubt, if they wanted, the phone makers could make a device that really combines all features currently spread over a range of handsets and OS's, but they won't sell it. What'd be that 'next greatest ever thing' to advertise, right?
So, lets share our ideas of what'd make a perfect phone. Maybe someone will pay attention (I'm very optimistic pffft).

I'll start: basically my perfect phone would be a re-launched Nokia N900 with Maemo, a 4.3'' capacative multi-touch screen, a slightly bigger hardware keyboard and an embedded jvm.

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Cloaked  Feb. 13, 2011 at 20:57

JanSt ... I think that is called the Nokia N9 lol

JanSt / MOD  Feb. 13, 2011 at 21:14

@ cloaked,
yes, I hope the N9 will appear after all the MS meddling :)

I just remembered another feature I want: kinetic charging / battery boosting.
Fact is the US military has patents for the kind of tech needed to keep something like a mobile or radio going for much much longer than the stuff us mere mortals get. And I remember Nokia were working on a way to harnass environmental EMR to charge batteries in phones - interesting! Anyhow, give me what my E61 could do 4 years ago: go for at least 2 days no matter what you throw at it!

p-e-t-e  Feb. 14, 2011 at 08:42

Easy

iPhone with infra red (remote control) and a built in pico projector ..... Job done.

Tayla1  Oct. 10, 2012 at 01:01

i want a phone with
-long battery
-holographic
-fire proof, water proof, an shatter proof
-great camera
-better security like voice reconization or face reconisation:p
call it spirit and the company's name is crystal clear

matt101101 / MOD  Oct. 10, 2012 at 09:21

-fire proof
eh?

CTPAHHIK  Oct. 10, 2012 at 17:37

i want a phone with
-better security like voice reconization or face reconisation:p


Nice security feature to prevent one from calling when completely drunk.

PS. Why is **** blocked?

jaybear88  Oct. 10, 2012 at 17:46

i want a phone with
-better security like voice reconization or face reconisation:p


Nice security feature to prevent one from calling when completely drunk.

PS. Why is **** blocked?


Why is what blocked? :P

jaybear88  Oct. 10, 2012 at 17:52

I still want tactile feedback on touchscreens. The idea that I could "feel" the onscreen button would make it feel far more real again. Seen something moving towards this http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/Disney-Research-Touchscreen-Tactile-Feedback,news-39792.html but not quite there. Besides, the obvious solution is magnets. It's always magnets.

CTPAHHIK  Oct. 11, 2012 at 08:56

i want a phone with
-better security like voice reconization or face reconisation:p


Nice security feature to prevent one from calling when completely drunk.

PS. Why is **** blocked?


Why is what blocked? :P


pis*ed

matt101101 / MOD  Oct. 11, 2012 at 09:21

i want a phone with
-better security like voice reconization or face reconisation:p


Nice security feature to prevent one from calling when completely drunk.

PS. Why is **** blocked?


Why is what blocked? :P


pis*ed

All "swear" words are blocked as this is meant to be a family friendly site. Despite that, I have no issue with people replacing one letter with a * so it shows up. They're just words, just about every 6 year old with any kind of life knows them all anyway.

JanSt / MOD  Oct. 11, 2012 at 09:23

what the f u c ... Matt, is that how you raise your kids :p Not to mention that innocent cat of yours :D

jaybear88  Oct. 11, 2012 at 12:08

i want a phone with
-better security like voice reconization or face reconisation:p


Nice security feature to prevent one from calling when completely drunk.

PS. Why is **** blocked?


Why is what blocked? :P


pis*ed


I knew what it said haha

matt101101 / MOD  Oct. 11, 2012 at 14:37

what the f u c ... Matt, is that how you raise your kids :p Not to mention that innocent cat of yours :D
I didn't actively teach my daughter a list of expletives, on the other hand, she does attend a state school...

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