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A more modern take on an Android-powered Nintendo smartphone got us all hot and bothered [VIDEO]

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A more modern take on an Android-powered Nintendo smartphone got us all hot and bothered [VIDEO]

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We discussed a couple of occasions prior to now we’re now not the largest enthusiasts of smartphone ideas. Usually followed by way of outrageous specifications and lovely in the market designs, it’s simply by no means a laugh to get so labored up over one thing, particularly while the top product by no means seems to be just about as great.

That being stated, we expect it’s protected to think Nintendo won't ever make an Android smartphone and perhaps that’s why we allowed ourselves to fantasize approximately that Smart Boy concept from a few weeks ago. It used to be a tad bit in the market, with a unfashionable impressed layout and modular cartridge options that used to be more geared for the ones of us sufficiently old to keep in mind that the 8-bit unique.

For the ones in search of one thing a bit more updated, a brand new Nintendo smartphone idea is getting us labored up all all over again, basically as it’s a more modern take on the Nintendo smartphone idea. More like a Wii Phone (we expect the idea that calls itself the Wii H), the smartphone if truth be told goals up a few moderately modest specifications (one thing Nintendo enthusiasts are almost certainly used to through now). It’s got a 4.5-inch show and includes a customized Android UI geared against a Wii layout. We’re now not going to lie, it appears lovely rattling candy.

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Arguably the most eldritch phase is the slide out keyboard that at the same time as useful, we’d nonetheless be simply as thinking about the idea that with out. Where so much top class units tout steel frames and chamfered edges, we need to admit it’s virtually fresh to peer a smartphone harking back to the unique T-Mobile G1. If you wish to have to peer more, be happy to take a look at CURVED/Labs’ video down under. They in reality did a helluva task.

[Curved]

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