Nokia today released a series of visually pleasing concept phones, which come from the Nseries and were a follow up of their release of five similar concept phones last month.
- Nokia 82 Dragonfly is a flair phone designed by Reginald Shola Hingston. There isn t much information about the phone, however we know it comes with a very large screen, numeric keypad, camera and a navigation mechanism.
- Nokia Eco Sensor, is a perfect phone for anyone who is eco-conscious. The phone has all the normal functions of a phone but also allows you to know information about your health and the environment around you. It comes with a wearable unit which senses and analyzes your surroundings. The unit can be worn as a wrist or neck strap and because it has solar cells on it, powers the sensors in the phone.
- Nokia Kinetic designed by Jeremy Innes-Hopkins and turns digital information into kinetic energy by way of the electromagnet in its base. In normal speak this basically means that when a call is received, the weight in the base can be shifted and the phone rises. Don’t want to take the call? Just tap it back down.
- Nokia Scentsory billed as a mobile communication device that works on a multi-sensory level, aims to provide a multi-layered experience for the user, including audiovisual features, but more impressively the ability to detect, transmit and emit smells!
When the phone is in flat mode (opened flat), the LED touchpad, two screens and stereo speakers for audiovisual calls are accessible. In open mode, two screens with hidden camera and stereo speakers, interior scent detectors, emitter and exterior temperature sensors are revealed. Finally, in closed mode, the phones slim profile befits traditional voice calls, with the LED screen on the lower folding surface alerting the user to incoming calls.
- Nokia ‘Remade’ is designed almost entirely from recycled materials. Built from aluminium cans, plastic drinks bottles and even old car tires the “Remade” retains a minimalist look. Even the insides are designed to minimise waste such as the printed electronics (which reduce CO2 emissions) and a backlit display that saves energy and increases the life of the battery.