The First Else phone fits snugly into the palm of your hand and in fact, just one hand is all you need to manipulate the settings. The polished and intuitive interface has a radial menu towards the right side of the display. A single press of the thumb will open up the menu which you can then navigate by moving up and down. If you want to select the sub menus then all you have to do is push along the surface and away from the edge with your thumb to access the desired section. A single swipe of the thumb will help you to browse the selections. The “sPlay” interface makes good use of the responsiveness of the phone.
The capacitive touchscreen display has an 854 x 480m pixel resolution and the phone itself uses a 1450mAh battery. This is enough to last you several hours of usage. The storage is also quite impressive placed at 32 GB. Although the manufacturers are still quite tight lipped about the complete list of features and specifications, yet it is being discussed that the device has HSDPA and Edge connectivity. No particulars are forthcoming about the place of launch but it is quite clear that we have a clear winner on our hands. It is definitely poised to provide stiff competition to the phones of today.
ResourcesYou can experience a live flash demo at Else Mobile. Here are a few video clips of Emblaze First Else. More screen shots are at Behance Network (via @kickerstudio).
Source: ELSE Mobile via Engadget , Softpedia, SFGate, and techchee