Google-G0, one designer's vision of how Android could take on the iPhone

We see plenty of glossy touchscreen phone concepts around here, but here's one that's giving Android some love hot on the heels of the HTC Hero. Designed by Taiwan's Tryi Yeh the Google-G0 is both a touchscreen phone and a slider, with four big navigation buttons for quick access to email, web browsing and more, which change depending on what you're doing. We don't see any physical keyboard anywhere, so it's probably handled virtually. On the back there's a set of speakers and a camera.

It looks like the G0's functionality persists when you plug it into its charger, and there's an image of a dock that looks like it'd either let you watch TV on your phone, or use your G0 like a remote. Check out the gallery below for more of Yeh's Google-G0 concept touchscreen phone.





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(Thanks, Sion Lee!)