Designer Joseph Dumary of Xbox Dream fame (see below) has designed a new handheld called the Samsung Consolar HD3 that would make use of the Android app market and double as a badass multimedia device.
The Samsung Consolar HD3 was designed to have 250GB of memory, giving it the ability to download an estimated 2,000 games for the Android app market. The Consolar HD3 was also given top-notch multimedia capabilities like a 12-megapixel camera and a 4G network connection.
As for gaming, the device seems to be designed somewhat like Sony's new NGP with dual analog sticks and a D-pad. Touch control is a neat little addition that should add some spice to gaming, especially considering that there isn't a portable gaming console that has both analong sticks and a touchpad. The coolest feature of Dumary's design has to be the built-in fingerprint scanner, which can save individual playing preferences for later use. Of course, the Samsung Consolar HD3 is still just a concept, but I wouldn't be surprised if Samsung created a working prototype just to test the waters.
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