Mladen Milic has submitted his latest concept smartphone project, Samsung Oxygen. Don’t be too excited yet, it’s only concept study proposal for Samsung, but we really love it. It looks like the combination of Samsung and T-mobile Sidekick, it certainly brings back the tactile feedbacks that you probably have missed. This phone is designed with user comfort in mind, it gives more free space for maximum experience when watching videos, surfing the web, and of course, texting. Samsung Oxygen is equipped with two “Royole” displays in this case, because “Royole” creates a very thin display.
Designed by Mladen Milic and Michael Muleba, the front features curved super amoled display and another regular display underneath. There’s a fingerprint scanner embedded onto the screen, including led notification alert, ear speaker, and sensors. There’s a tiny button when pushed, it’ll eject the top display, it won’t be activated by accident.
There are three rear cameras attached to the top part of the phone or the back of the amoled display, it means that when you need to record a video or shoot a photo, you have to eject the top (display) to reveal them. There are two front facing cameras positioned perfectly for online video chat located above the QWERTY keyboard. The back of Samsung Oxygen features clean and minimalist design, no cameras or fingerprint scanner.
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