Joining the race of Android smartphone concept, Taiwanese designer Tryi Yeh has designed a glossy touchscreen and slider phone concept called the “Google-GO.” It is an experiment in phone ergonomics. The speakers and mike are positioned on the back which slides to reveal a camera and four customizable smartkeys for quick access to email, web browsing and more. The buttons change depending on what you are currently doing. The Google Go probably makes use of the touchscreen keypad as no physical keyboard is seen anywhere.
The G0 concept comes with a few equally-conceptual accessories, including what seems to be an inductive charger a la the Pre’s Touchstone, together with media hookup that uses a very Windows Media Center like interface. This apparently functions when you plug it into the charger and an image of a dock makes it look like it would either let you watch TV on your phone or use your GO like a remote. It’s really slick and sexy with interesting features and this phone concept may take on the iPhone and give it a run for its money. The design is quite likable and seems fairly realistic. We would surely like to see more of such stuff.