I love the crazyness (close to nosense) of the website launched in South Korea by LG to promote its latest mobile phone model named Cyon Lollipop. Full of fluo colors and pop music the site doens’t show much about the phone but rather focuses on providing a cool amusing experience.
The visuals strongly focus on papercut pieces animated in stop-motion with a retro-disco mood.
In Japan, Sony Ericsson has launched a new phone with changeable colored covers and of course there is a website to support it. Have a look because the anmations on the homepage are very beautiful and inspiring (for designers).
According to Pc Magazine Petscell will try to take advantage of a market worth $34bn per year in the US alone, by selling mobile phones for cats and dogs. Dog owners will be able to track their pets through a GPS chip and a digital camera and to talk to them through a microphone (?!!?). The mobile phone will also feature a “call owner” button which I presume will be used by eventual pets’ finder to get in touch with the owner.
iMediaConnection presents and comments the microsite Kyocera has created to present its Slider phone. A part from the fact that the phone is kind of ugly, the site is full of stuffs to explore. Navigation is rather confusing, but it’s interesting to note Kyocera’s effort to invest in the promotion of a mobile phone, concentrating on branded infotainment, as Robert Kasunic of Media Revolution points out.
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