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My Dream Nokia #20: Nokia X9 Symbian^3 phone concept with 12MP True Zoom and Dragontail glass

| January 27, 2011 | 27 Replies

We’ve reached 20 posts now for My Dream Nokia. #20 is brought to us by Andre Nuansa who presents us the Nokia X9 MeeGo concept phone. The design looks good, simple classic rectangular design. What will set it apart is Nokia’s still unseen MeeGo UI Wait, wait, it’s actually Symbian. My BAD. Well, a surprising Symbian Qt GUI with significant enough changes might be almost as cool as MeeGo :p haha jk jk Symbian fans.

It’s fronted by the new Dragontail glass, a contender for Gorilla Glass which (Dragontail) is said to be 6 times stronger than regular soda-lime glass. See video below. The back has a 12mp camera at the back protected by the classic Nseries camera covers

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  • 4″ CBD Amoled with Dragontrail Glass 16M Colours
  • QHD Resolution 854 x 480 pixels
  • Symbian^3  with Qt GUI
  • 12MP AF with Carl Zeiss Optics with True Zoom Technology
  • 1.2 Ghz Dual Core Processor with Broadcom BCM2763 GPU
  • 1080p HD Video recording and playback
  • HDMI
  • Dolby Digital Plus
  • USB On The Go

What is Dragontail glass?

I’d love to see this versus Gorilla Glass.

Does iPhone 4 have gorilla glass? (Web not very helpful) Shattered glass sandwich is a popular photo seen on my facebook timeline every 2-3 weeks.

N8 owners haven’t really had this issue when dropping their phone – perhaps just scratches on the front border rim if anything.

P.S. I’ll be out of the country this afternoon until Monday.

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Category: Concept, Dream Nokia, MeeGo, Nokia, Xseries

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