Mozilla’s Mozilla Labs unveiled its mysterious mobile phone, Seabird with a lot of amazing concepts, It’s an Android-based concept phone built around the ideals of the Open Web.The Seabird is a design created for the Mozilla Labs’ Concept Series by a fellow named Billy May and exploring an ‘Open Web Concept Phone’ looks. Billy May is an award winning product designer specializing in consumer electronics, lightiseng and visualization.
This Web concept phone Seabird runs on Google’s Android and has an unusual shape. With a flat face and no physical buttons. Like other smart phones, Seabird features an 8 megapixel camera, Wireless charging, Dual Pico projectors with an output of 45 lumen at 960*600, Embedded Bluetooth Dongle, 3.5mm headset jack, Mini-USB. SeaBird is an experiment in how users might interact with their mobile content as devices and technology advances.
Bluetooth/IR Dongle can be used to pan and zoom photos in 3D space or augment the input interface with greater precision and possibly manipulate the content in 3D space. The Dongle acts as both an earpiece and a controller for the phone.
Seabird has two Pico projectors offering to display a virtual QWETY keyboard on a tabletop for typing, up on a dock they offer the dual purpose of a large viewing screen above and a seamless projected keyboard below.So Touchpads will be replaced by projected full keyboards and other stuff. When placed in a dock it uses one of them to project the screen on a nearby wall for easier viewing and the other to project a full-size, virtual keyboard on the table where it sits flat .
You must watch this below video to get more glimpses of Seabird by Mozilla Labs.
But Mozilla stated that Seabird is just a concept community-driven exploration and they have no plans to either release this phone or create an OS or hardware.