My Dream Nokia #65: 7610 esque WP8 Nokia Lumia concept

| August 28, 2012 | 31 Replies

 

This is My Dream Nokia #65, by Edgar Mkrtchyan of course. At first glance it looks like a cross between Lumia and iPhone, what with the coloured tops on a rectangular phone with rounded corners. But this is an illusion at this angle.

Looking below, you can see the face is not symmetrical.  It’s a reverse Nokia 7610, pointy (ish) at one diagonal corner and curvy at the other.

The specs are mentioned in this post. 4.5″ AMOLED XWVGA, Dual Core 1.6GHz, 12mp, 2500mAh battery.

But looking at the side photos, for some reason it looks scalloped/warped – tapering to one side. The next picture explains why.

That’s because the thicker part houses the camera with xenon. It’s a very interesting take to the camera bulge.

Category: Concept, Dream Nokia, Nokia, Windows Phone

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  1. Glenn says:

    Had to say it but does anyone else think the shape looks like an iphone? Its the first thing i see looking at it

  2. Zephyr says:

    Wow, This is awesome. I’d love to have one, Nokia should take this design into consideration

  3. Zephyr says:

    Common’ dude its a unique asymmetrical design with varying thickness, how can you say that it looks like iphone? But there will be no wonder if apple claims for its patent if this phone is made by nokia….:P

  4. DKM says:

    Very interesting concept especially dealing with the camera bulge.

  5. Aliqudsi says:

    Love the camera placement.

  6. mawire says:

    Wow this is beautiful.

  7. Chris says:

    I don’t think this design looks particularly good, but the way it curves up to the camera hump is nice. It impressed me in how it seems to be designed for use in landscape mode, or in other words for a lot of media consumption and typing.

    Could make for a decent Lumia “teenie version”!

  8. albo says:

    it’s like childish leego toys!

  9. aboodesta says:

    I really really really like this. Unique and smart.

  10. ms.nokia says:

    it’s different for sure, some smart design ideas, but i don’t like it,

  11. dragonz tyo says:

    lemme ask u, jst 1 question bro. What’s d brand your mobile phone? ? . . . .i want to know

    • Edgar Mkrtchyan says:

      I already had nokia n70, n81 8GB, now I have Nokia N8, but I’m gonna leave it at the end of the year for WP8 (Nokia also)

  12. sandy says:

    no one puts camera on leftside

  13. Grendell says:

    It’s and attractive good design. And might actually be a better alternative to the camera hump.

  14. Ritesh says:

    he really had a nice way to hide the camera bulge.. will definitely help by increasing the battery capacity

  15. twig says:

    I like how it fits in the hand with the thicker part towards the space by thumb and the curved part matching your holding fingers.

  16. Tech says:

    beautiful and sexy absoulutely
    Nokia please make it :D

  17. DarkStar says:

    Beautiful design, but having the hump on one side lie that would mean it’s only ergonomic when held in the left hand, not much good for those of us who hold their mobiles in their right hand!

  18. Sonny says:

    Just one question. Has nokia ever used one of these my dream nokia’s? Or have they actually commented on anyone’s dream nokia?

    Would be cool if nokia actually looked at these designs and actually got in touch with some of the people who make these great designs

  19. mushfiq says:

    this is stunning, i want one , rit now……..

  20. Sun_seeker says:

    This is absolutely brilliant. I love it. Yellow one looks bad ass. Nokia Fabula design language is not only way to go.

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