iPhone 5 Carbon with 8MP Camera & A8 processor

We are all wondering what the fifth-generation iPhone will look like and what features it will contain when it finally arrives, well here is a little something to wet your appetite.

H.D.I Design have created an iPhone 5 Carbon concept, just to tantalise our taste buds, whilst we await the release of the smartphone, possibly in September or October and even as late as 2012. The concept shows a 4-inch display, with an 1120 x 780 pixel resolution and an 8-megapixel camera, capable of 1080p HD 30 fps video capture.

The camera uses a dual LED flash, other features include: Apple A8 processor (which at present is somewhat of a mystery to us), considering that the latest CPU from Cupertino was the A5 dual core one at almost 1GHz, with the battery on the handset providing up to 18 hours on WiFi and up to 8 hours of 4G functioning time.

With the outer casing made of carbon and glass, this iPhone 5 concept looks quite stunning and fits in well with many of the recent rumours flying about indicating that the phone will have a dual core CPU, 4 inch screen, smaller bezels and no physical Home button.

Brought to our attention by the guys at Concept-Phones, what do you think of this iPhone 5 Carbon concept and its features? Please let us know below.


One thought on “iPhone 5 Carbon with 8MP Camera & A8 processor”

  1. Adi says:

    I doubt very much about the resolution of the display due to a one very simple reason,

    It will make lots of troubles with the apps since the previous display is 960/640 and interpolating the pixels will look not native and bad.

    No home button will not happen to my opinion (at least not now) since the feature multi touch gestures (4 fingers up to bring multi tasking) is hard to handle due to the small display and can not be made with one hand.

    Plus i also doubt the dual flash 🙂 no reason, just do.

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