Edge screen phones. Samsung made them popular but Nokia has in the past toyed with the idea with their own concepts such as Nokia GEM. They might have lost the initial practicality of having an edge bit actually perform something and are instead, more of a design statement. But I love those flowing curves, ever […]
Check out this Asha concept – full keyboard with windows 10. Back during my placement, the keyboard asha’s were a very popular secondary phone – cheap and easy to text on. Specs: – 3 Inch Display – 480×800 – Qwerty Keyboard – Dual Core Snapdragon 200 1.2 gHz – 1GB RAM – 3.2 MP Back Source: […]
There was originally a joke about a Nokia 1100 with Android Lollipop. Recently there were rumours that such a thing might actually exist. Here’s a visualisation of what that device might be like, capitalising on the Nokia brand on phones.
A new Lumia with Nokia is a thing of dreams, so here’s a reappearance of a MyDreamNokia concept post. This is the Nokia Lumia J. Chamfered shiny edges – ahh, these give me fright as they scratch so easily. This one’s cool – LED lights certainly do grab attention. This would work in awesome combo […]
Every smartphone company these days seems to be entering into the wearable market. We’ve seen Samsung, Motorola, LG, Apple and even Microsoft enter into the space. Though, we got glimpses of wearable tech that Nokia was conceptually-prototyping way back in 2008! The original press release for the Morph said that “elements” of the conceptual device […]
Resembling a bit of the gear-fit (if only for the wide screen), this is PhoneDesigner’s Sporty Microsoft Smartwatch. Is Microsoft going to be awkwardly late to the point of obsoletion or fashionably late and catch everyones eye? What compelling thing can they do with smart watch that isn’t really being done? https://twitter.com/PhoneDesigner/status/509030504176566272/photo/1
More very realistic renders by PhoneDesigner, featuring the Nokia Lumia 330. It has a small 3″ screen fit for the Asha days. It looks like a little classic Nokia brick with a touch screen. I like the call UI at the top. Making the now ‘tiny’ iPhone 5S look huge. 540×240 pixels… The main issue […]
Another concept today, and another Android too. This one with Android L – the flatter more metro like Android. There’s also a 20MP CANON PureView – part of the Microsoft-CANON cross licensing. It’s designed by vishal bhanushali. Very pretty. I like the circular design at the back and the rippling of the metal around the […]
FireDragon brings us this concept affordable Nokia Asha XK with a QWERTY keyboard. Concept: Ultimate Affordable Complete Smart Phone – Nokia Asha X & XK The harsh truth for Nokia by Microsoft is that Asha series is no longer cool among teens in targeted markets. The sooner Nokia (I will prefer to call them […]
Edgar Mkrtchyan shares this concept of the Nokia Lumia 1820. Sadly, going with the times this one omits the Nokia logo despite the name. It’s less Lumia, more Surface phone in design. Hi Here’s a little concept after the acquisition of Nokia by Microsoft, I joined the bar on the side as in windows 8. […]
We got a nice email from Erick who shared the screenshot above. As you know pinning things to the start screen was the essence of WP. Erick has an idea Hey, Jay!! Big fan writes you from Ecuador. This wont be a long one: Have you noticed when you have pinned more than 10 […]
Step aside smart watches, here’s the Nokia FIT concept ring phone by designer, Issam Trabelsi. It just fits on a finger. It can call/text and received notifications by vibration. It’s made of silicone and rubber and thankfully, is waterproof. The hand gesture at the top reminds me of that “6th sense” interface where you do […]
Here’s what the Nokia Smartwatch could have looked like, based on the initial leaks. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=613466375368558&set=a.613465498701979.1073741839.413801792001685&type=1&theater I like the look of a smartwatch that just blends in as a normal watch. Via: ND Cheers thomas peignaud for the tip!
Here’s another Notification Centre concept. The descriptions in the picture are pretty self explanatory. A little bit like Peter’s Hyperspace concept, pressing back reveals the notifications. Instead of pressing back and then swiping to see notifications, you get a little window peak, just right to the most recently used app.I’m not quite sure if those […]
Also created by Omar Pirela who submitted #100 (Smartwatch 1) here’s a different take to the smart watches. This brightly coloured wearable tech uses a more traditional watch way of operating as opposed to having a miniature touch screen. Via: Reddit