A light body built from magnesium and six variety of colors may come to Apple iPhone 5G.
One look at the Apple iPhone 5G and two devices come to mind: the Sony Ericsson Satio and Nokia N8. By merging together those two concepts, Antoine Brieux from Nak Phone Design has managed to re-invent Apple’s flagship phone concept design.
The iPhone 5G concept pays homage to the iMac G3 days when Apple offered five colored, translucent plastic cases. Outside of its iPod line, Apple has relied on brush aluminum for its Macs and two colors for its iPhones. This concept shows 6 variety of colors while Nokia N8 is currently available in five similar colors.
Inside the iPhone 5G concept, not much will change compared to the current iPhone 4S/5 rumors. There’s an 8-megapixel camera with HD capture, LED notifications panel, and A5 dual-core processor. The real change over previous generation iPhones (and even Macs) is that the iPhone 5G will use a magnesium body. This will help Apple achieve its lightest and thinnest design to date.
I think when Apple goes into real production they will stick with traditional color choices, but the design and materials sound promising.