Sometimes, the form is more than the function. Such is the case with the Mago Smartphone concept, created by Russian designer Evgueni Maslov. It has a sleek design with an alternative-looking keypad, a slim presence, the latest in smartphone functionality, and even a stylish power charger plug.
First of all, it’s a four-band phone, boasting 850/900/1800/1900Mhz capabilities, with GSM and GPRS as well. It is updated for the latest in Bluetooth protocols, Class 2 version 1.2. It runs Windows Mobile 2005 using a scratch-resistant touch screen interface (listen up Apple) and USB 2.0 connections. The memory is 128MB SDRAM and 128MB nand Flash. It has an audio jack for a hands-free headset.
The production is top-notch. It is made of stainless steel, magnesium, and grade 5 titanium. The keypad is stainless steel, and the LED backlight has been specially designed to highlight this feature. All these features seem impossible to fit into a phone, especially one measuring in at 5.2 x 2.1 x 0.6-inches. If any brave manufacturers agree, it will be a great feat to create.