LG Cellphone Concept: neoKLASSIC Korean Culture

It’s always been a matter of envy for the rest of the world to see Korean folks grab the best of the innovative and tech products first. This LG cellphone concept is no exception. The neoKLASSIC cellphone concept by a budding designer Andrew Seunghyun Kim has encompassed the distinct cultural identity of Korean culture. So now you know what the vocal “K” stands for. What is even more bizarre is the fact that the designer has hit only fifteen years of age and already has an amazing concept up his Designer sleeves!

The LG Concept cellphone Cyon Product has a semi-mirror finish on the display with wood grain beneath the glass coating that connotes the classy attire of the concept. For enhanced simplicity and dislike for buttons, the handset has been kept dainty with just one power button at the bottom. The Floral LED indicator is another charm of the concept; there is no inadequacy of technology here. The metal back doubles as a dmb receiver along with a medium for charging and syncing the device.

The designer looks forward to make other competitors gasp for air with its rich feature-pack of A 3.5-inch AMOLED bright display, 4-megapixel camera, secondary 2-megapixel camera, built-in 8GB of memory, 16GB Flash SSD, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi connectivity, voice conferencing, navigation, and mobile banking.

The sculpted design with features overriding that of other phones can surely raise eyebrows of potential tech-giants.

CellPhoneBeat via ProductDesignForums