My Dream Nokia #14: Nokia MeeGo Phone Concept Nokia N14

| January 11, 2011 | 21 Replies

Here’s the latest design by shihuzaan for My Dream Nokia #14 (same designer for N11 and N12). It is a Nokia MeeGo phone concept with a somewhat Nexus One-esque/Nokia Prism feel.

This piece was more to show off the design and as such the specifications are what you’d expect from MeeGo phone. It looks a little thick in the top photo but only possibly from that angle.

If you check out side view it’s very slim. This makes me quite excited for the real MeeGo phone.

BTW, offtopic – unless the view counter is broken – possibly due to the blog move, we crossed a threshold today for over 30,000 views! Equally surprising: we some how we nearly reached 30k on three occasions in the past 7 days but never actually over 30k (i.e. 29.4k, 28.9k, 28.7k). Very overwhelming – thank you guys! Now this is just a blip though we hope we’ll be able to reach close to this on a more regular basis in future.

Anyway: Nokia N14 specs:

  • MeeGo 1.2
  • Anodized Aluminium casing
  • CBD 4″ Super AMOLED display (800×480 pixels)
  • 8mp carl zens camera (Auto focus)
  • Xenon flash
  • 1Ghz processor
  • 512 RAM
  • Bluetooth 3
  • 16GB Internal
  • Micro-SD Reader
  • capacitive multi touch screen
  • removable battery

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. Why don’t you share it with the world? Or at least with other Nokia fans :D .

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 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.

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Category: Concept, Dream Nokia, MeeGo, Nokia, Nseries

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  1. deep space bar says:

    HTC much…..we don’t need that we need unique not a copy

  2. Shailen says:

    Good it will be a good mid high end device to compete devices like htc desire or droids line up.I like this phone looks sober but powerfull.

  3. art says:

    wow design!

  4. Bharadwaj says:

    the front looks like a Nexus one sans the track ball :)

    And nice job on the meego UI photoshop work for the first one.. really hope it looks like that :)

  5. Greg says:

    Congratulations to u guys! your blog is becoming more and more popular ;)

  6. peter says:

    It looks like a HTC Wildfire. I don’t like its design.

  7. jvardon says:

    It reminds me of an old moto clam shell for some reason.

  8. JokerNseries says:

    Great UI! I hope it is so when it comes out Meego. Can anyone say whether it will look like this?

  9. Mazze says:

    Don’t like it. Love my N8 and also the supposed design of the N9.

  10. Ambariish says:

    Great design,buddy! :D

    Could have increased the specs a don’t you think?
    You know,since it’s the Nokia N ’14′

  11. aikon171 says:

    Eprice plagiarized the images without references, even added their watermark on the images.

    We should do something to prevent it from happening again.

  12. Yo says:

    Not really my thing, can’t wait for the next meego phone though! I would not buy this particular design though, looks kinda cheap…

  13. Sanket Kulkarni says:

    Plz plz plz nokia, go for MEEGO more than Windows phone 7.

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