Concept Nokias: Nokia Stealth and Nokia N82 Dragonfly

| March 8, 2010 | 7 Replies

Just when all the phones are become minimalistic rectangular slates of touch screens, here are a couple of concept alphanumeric keyed candybars to give us a blast of some unconventional monoblock designs.

The first is the Nokia stealth, named after the pictured stealth bomber, Lockheed’s angular F-117 Nighthawk. The stealth theme reminds me somewhat of the Prism….actually no,…the rugged 5140

I would totally love a high end device called Stealth – sleek black  smartphone/MeeGo pocket slate with a hidden “stealth” touch screen.

The second is a slightly more convenstional looking (at least from the top half) Nokia N82 dragonfly. The N82, apart from being the undisputed king of Nokia’s photography line (and possibly the mobile phone world) is also known for it’s slightly small and awkward keyboard. The look achieved here resembles something quite insect like, as expected being called the dragonfly (though there is a hint of Orange SPV)

The Bug Like quality also reminds me of another super durable Nokia – the 5100.

Reginald Shola Hingston via Concept Phones


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