One more smart company has added their design concept for the Nintendo smartphone. Android-inspired, and created by Germany’s Curved Labs, it has a pretty standard Android design, except for the very sneaky controllers hidden on the sides that slide out. It obviously looks very much like a portable gaming device, and there is no surprise there.
Despite the Nintendo insisting that Android would not be featured on its next console, the gaming world is becoming increasingly mobile, and who knows? A Nintendo smartphone might not only be a concept soon.
Curved Labs, in addition to envisioning the actual design, also gave listed the phone specs they would like to see:
4.5-inch screen with Gorilla Glass
Measure 67mm x 126mm x 9mm
64GB internal storage
Runs on Android, customized with Wii-UI
8 megapixel primary camera
5 megapixel secondary camera
Slider gamepad released after pushing a button
Classic button designed after NES or Wii
Control via gamepad
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