My Dream Nokia Number 8 comes by way of Jim who found these concept MeeGo Phone Photos on the MeeGo forum. They’re designed by a guy called “SuperHero” who is an old user of Linux, the Nokia n900 and a programmer.
It is titled Nokia N9. There are no details other than what can be observed from design.
I think they look pretty slick. There are 9 images in total, one in particular showing the slide out QWERTY which is somewhat curved in action like early Xperias from Sony Ericsson though looking much nicer.
The screen seems huge, with near edge to edge, borderless display.
He’s got an interesting concept of multitasking whilst during a call, i.e. simultaneously be on a call and carry on doing some other function (and not simply by just going around the menu and leaving the call in the background but an actual intended function)
Imagine the possibilities of having both a phone call and a window to the things you were doing before you received that call, like for example: you were chatting with someone or even checking some Facebook(desktop widget) updates on your phone while on a call. Some of u might think that its useless, but i have been noticing lately the majority of people use Bluetooth and the hand does not go to the ear, and 2 people use loud speakers many times so…
Here is how it works: As the call comes and answered everything at the back blurs out, but not so much that nothing is visible, so the call is in the foreground but everything in the background everything is visible.
The phone looks nice at the front with edge to edge display, virtually no border.
About “My Dream Nokia”
I’m sure you’ve dreamt up your PERFECT Nokia phone. What it would look like, what it would feel like, what features it would have. Maybe you’ve found someone else’s interesting design. Why don’t you share it with the world? Or at least with other Nokia fans .
It could be your own photoshopped or rendered work (seriously, you don’t need mega skills in either, basic paint job is often enough to convey a concept) of your dream product.
SEND this in similarly to email@example.com with the title “My Dream Nokia” and perhaps the model number (and a little description, maybe a few specs in the message area? Though this bit not necessary).
Who knows, maybe an image might flutter over to Nokia and through whatever route end up being real.