AI Generates Images of Phones Designed By Everyday Brands
21 February 2023
Following on from our look into AI-generated images of phones designed by luxury brands, we wanted to flip the script and check out what kinds of designs AI could generate for everyday brands you wouldn’t expect to see emblazoned on a flagship phone.
Using MidJourney again, we created several phone designs from companies including Cadbury’s, Lidl, McDonald’s, Domino’s and even Poundland - and the results were incredible!
P.S. this one may or may not come with free chocolate buttons.
These tasty McDonald’s designs will make your mouth water. Bright colours are key elements of both releases, but first up in the McMobile range is the Supersized flagship which features the trademark golden McDonald’s arches on the back of the phone:
Next up is a perfect starter phone for kids, it even comes in its own Happy Meal with a side of mayonnaise. We’re lovin’ it when we get a good deal on our phones.
If luxury isn’t your style, you can stay connected without breaking the bank - just go to Poundland! We are in a cost-of-living crisis after all. You could pick this simple, no-nonsense device for (you guessed it) £1:
With what is actually a fairly impressive screen size and a snazzy design, here’s hoping this phone comes with a ‘Two for Tuesday’ discount:
What do you think of the above designs? Would you ditch traditional tech and grab yourself a bargain with these everyday brands? Let us know in the comments section or share this on social using the buttons below.
Looking for more AI-generated images, why not check out the below?
Get your devices covered now!*
* Underwriter Assurant General Insurance Limited. Gadget age restrictions, T&Cs & excesses apply. Customer UK 18+.
We used MidJourney AI to create several luxury brand phone designs and the results were pretty incredible!
At the moment, only concept designs exist for the next generation of consoles. With gamers eager to find out what the new consoles will look like, what if robots could predict this? Well, we’ve found out: