Concept Phone to Enable 3-Track Recording and Music Editing
Today a design company called Pilotfish unveiled a concept phone, called the Ondo. The phone's main features will be aimed at music enthusiasts, and will include the ability to record three separate audio tracks and edit them by twisting and bending the phone. The Ondo will have three detachable microphones, which are also part of the Ondo's main OLED display, that can be attached to instruments or people to capture audio. Three different users will also be able to record in three separate locations and upload the recordings to a client for editing. The control pad on the lower part of the phone will change depending on what mode the phone is in. Pilotfish hopes to bring the Ondo to market within several years.
Review: IK Multimedia iRig Pro Duo
The iRig Pro Duo from IK Multimedia lets musicians plug two musical instruments or microphones into their mobile device for recording whatever you care to record. This flexible piece of hardware works hand-in-hand with IK Multimedia's own software, as well as third-party recording apps.
HTC U Ultra Is New, Glass-Backed Flagship Phone
HTC today announced its new flagship phone, the HTC U Ultra, along with a smaller version, the U Play. Both phones have a new design with colorful glass on the front and back, and a metal frame.
Google Play Games Adds Gameplay Recording
Google today updated the Play Games app with the ability to record and share gameplay. The app supports the user-facing camera for recording commentary, and simple editing tools for trimming clips.
Samsung Releases Game-Recording App
Samsung this month made available an app that smartphone owners can use to record their game play. Game Recorder+ lets users capture game play and face-cam commentary with one touch.
This one just has a music twist.
That's one disgusting looking phone...
I think they correct term is Fugly! And I wholeheartedly agree.