When you think of concept phones, you think technological prowess, ungainly good looks and a generous helping of awesomeness. This is the perfect excuse to pull together what we consider to be the top 5 Nokia concept phones in the world.
5. Nokia Aeon
In at number 5 is the Nokia Aeon. Back in 2006 the Nokia Aeon was one of the earlier concept phones to realise a full surface touchscreen. Its futuristic looks were ahead of their time and it certainly wouldn’t look out of place in today’s market.
4. Windows Phone Concept
Bright, bold and beautiful, the Windows Phone Concepts are a first snapshot of what we can expect from the Nokia and Microsoft tie-in. Exciting times ahead!
3. Nokia 888
Dubbed the Nokia 888, this concept phone is ultra-lightweight, wafer thin and incredibly flexible. It is powered by liquid battery and has a touch screen display. What more could you want?
2. Nokia E-Cu
Scaling the dizzy heights at number 2, is a concept phone that uses your body heat to charge itself! We’ve all been there, our mobile phone is about to die and we can’t get to a charger in time. Well the Nokia E-Cu would solve this problem. Built with a thermo generator, it could convert heat into energy. The idea is that by putting the phone in your pocket, you will get a charge, so by our logic, putting it next to a radiator would give you a turbo-charge it!
1. Nokia Morph
Unveiled in 2008, the Morph was the product of a joint study into the future of mobile phones by Nokia and the University of Cambridge’s Nanoscience Centre.
It tops our list because some of its super cool ideas are just mind-blowing! Its flexibility for starters; it could be worn around the wrist or held up to the face. The Morph would also contain self-cleaning surfaces that absorb solar energy so it can recharge the phone’s battery. Last but by no means least, it looks like something straight out of a futuristic Sci-Fi film!!!
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That’s it! Hope you have enjoyed delving into the world of Nokia concept phones. While the likelihood is that most of these devices won’t be released to the public, we’d still love to hear what your list would look like! Just let us know in the comments section below!