From wearable technology to groundbreaking AI-assisted cameras, this selection of new launches takes inspiration from the past to craft forward-thinking, interactive products for the home and beyond.
Bringing together science and art, the new P20 Pro smartphone offers an AI-powered triple camera with a 5X Hybrid Zoom. Capturing more detail from a distance and in low light, its capabilities allow users to capture high quality images with striking depth, definition and clarity.
Reflecting contemporary design trends, this new colour option offers a bright and fresh addition to Google’s range of smart speakers. Blending into the home whilst offering a stylish, sleek aesthetic, the product offers a range of features including music streaming, broadcasting and Google Assistant options.
Inspired by the original OneStep camera from 1977, this new Polaroid is an evolution of the recent OneStep 2. Combining digital and analogue technologies, the instant camera connects to the Polaroid Originals app, unlocking six creative tools including double exposure and light painting.
With a bold urban design design based on the Japanese architectural concept of “engawa”, the Lexus UX seamlessly connects the boundaries between inside and outside. Featured is an image by Jacqui Kenny, an artist living with agoraphobia who partnered with Lexus for the world’s first remotely directed photoshoot, capturing imagery of the UX from over 2000 miles away.
Braun’s newly launched AW 10 EVO embodies the company’s design principles by foregrounding function and simplicity. The watch reinvents the first analogue wristwatch launched in 1989 offering a contemporary vision. As designer Dietrich Lubs notes: “The basic idea was to follow a classic, mathematical and clear geometry.”
1. Polaroid™ SX 70.
2. Huawei P20 Pro.
3. Google Home Mini.
4. Polaroid OneStep +.
5. Braun AW 10 EVO.
6. Jacqui Kenny for Lexus. (IG: @streetview.portraits).