Pic: Nokia MeeGo Phone – Ultimate Convergence Device?

| June 6, 2010 | 26 Replies

jedibeeftrix shares an interesting post, asking whether Nokia and MeeGo tablet phone could be the ultimate convergence device. In the post is an interesting render of what MeeGo phone could look like (updated with better render)

A wonderful wish list of core specifications include:

  • At least 4″, WVGA (the standard of Nokia’s first 3 Maemo tablets) AMOLED screens
  • Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 (Nokia already confirmed first MeeGo phone from Nokia will be on ARM architecture)
  • No hardware keyboard, rely on good capacitive multitouch (so that interface is truly all built for touch)
  • Must be slim so a 4″ heft is more acceptable.

jedibeeftrix also wants Nokia to open up Ovi Store to other manufacturers, like Intel is with AppUp.

I totally agree with that and the specs wishlist. I’d also like to have some decent N8 like imaging (w/ xenon!) – hopefully that won’t push the thickness too much. MeeGo phone needs to be overwhelming and also bring something new to the table that would separate it from other ‘hypersmartphones’. Glorious Nokia imaging is one fantastic advantage MeeGo phone could benefit from.

What’s on your wish list for MeeGo phone?

via jedibeeftrix


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