Gallery: Official Nokia Concept phone, the Nokia U

| September 9, 2010 | Reply

Here are the design by Community Nokia Concept phone, the Nokia U renders. It’s pretty much a wider, flatter, Nokia N8. What I love is that slim design, big screen yet still with xenon flash AND dual LED AND space for the impossible (currently) 4x optical zoom. Multiple OS support and USB 3.0 sounds great too. What’s nice about it is that most of the other features are already in the N8

I’m really enjoying the N8 like contours and hope Nokia makes more use of it – steer us away from the boring simple rectangular windows.

Thanks to Pekka Puikkonen for the heads up to

Via Nokia Conversations

Imagine this was somehow a real upcoming device, and just Nokia’s way of leaking their own phone before Eldar does :p

Spec sheet:

Display and user interface

  • Display: 4-inch capacitive 16:9
  • Power button, camera, zoom and volume button controls

Size and shape

  • Shape: Monoblock
  • Dimensions: 60 x 110 x 6-10mm
  • Extras: Auto lens cover


  • Material: Aluminium
  • Finish: Soft touch
  • Colour: Single colour
  • Durability: Super strength

Operating system

  • Open source operating system with unlimited multitasking.
  • The DbC OS 1 sports temperature and location sensors so your device constantly monitors your whereabouts and the local conditions.
  • Device-based storage is supported.
  • The majority of OS functionality responds to touch control.


  • Support for 802.11 n/b/g wireless standards.
  • USB 3 connectivity.
  • HDMI connectivity.
  • Cable charger.
  • Dolby Surround Sound.


  • 8-megapixel
  • 4X optical zoom
  • Dual LED and Xenon flash
  • HD video capture
  • Instant image capture


  • Kinetic power booster
  • Multiple OS support
  • Surround Sound Speakers
  • Upgradable Flash memory
  • Upgradable image sensor

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