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Motorola Concept Smartphone SPLICE Never Came To Light

Motorola Splice is a concept smartphone which is unveiled in 2012. This smartphone is able to withstand extreme conditions by using the Kevlar materials on the back of the phone. The smartphone features midrange elements like HD screen with 720p quality runs on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). The smartphone features an 8MP HD camera, 3.5mm Head phone jack with a Kevlar back as reported in 2012.

 

 

 

The smartphone holds a soft rugged look when compared to the current toughest smartphones like CAT s60 or s40. The smartphones feel with some old stock design themes like sharp edges, flat designs, and Kevlar back designs, as it all was a part of Motorola’s design pattern then. Now smartphones from Motorola feels curvy, elegant and best ever build than its previous themes. The smartphone uses two UIs like moto switch UI used in Moto Luxe and Defy Mini.

 

Now modern smartphones from Motorola feels curvy, elegant and best ever build than its previous themes. The smartphone uses two UIs like Moto switch UI used in Moto Luxe and Defy Mini.

 

 

This concept stayed as a concept itself if it hits the market at the time of its reach, it would have become one of the highlights for Motorola. The absence of the concept phone in real market is still a mystery. But this smartphone is desirable and toughest smartphone at that period if it launched officially.

 

 

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Source: Android Headlines

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