The Seabird, TechCrunch reports, is based on Android technology and "built around the ideals of the Open Web." Award-winning designer Billy May created the device for the Mozilla Labs Concept Series, a community-driven collaborative design project open to Mozilla users. Mozilla has no plans to develop the Seabird concept--for now, at least.
The Seabird features wireless charging, a bright screen, an integrated 8MP camera, and dual pico projectors. Embedded into the side of the Seabird is a Bluetooth dongle, which doubles as a headset and a remote control for the phone.
For a look at more advanced features, which make this device seem more like a palm-sized netbook than a smartphone, check out the video (below). See more incredible phones from the future on The Huffington Post here.