Jonas Daehnert is the creator of some of the best Nokia concepts out there, including smartphones and tablets. A few months ago he rendered a Nokia tablet that became the landmark for all the designs that followed. Now he remakes that design into a modern gallery.
Obviously, the Nokia Lumia tablet borrows from the Lumia phones, rather the first generation of Fabula Design than the latest. We get a slim device with what seems to be a metal and plastic case with rounded corners and a rectangular form factor. The Nokia tablet is expected to have a 10.1 inch display with a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution and it could run Windows 8 or Windows RT.
The device already leaked on the web, apparently and sources say it will have a dual core or quad core 1 GHz CPU, 1 GB of RAM, a 9.7 mm thick chassis and it will weigh 676 grams. The biggest and riskiest bet Nokia can make here is implementing Windows RT on this device, but with Windows Blue coming, they may not need to do that, since Blue will supposedly replace it.
Now that the Nokia Lumia 925 Catwalk is official, it’s time for the EOS phone to come. DAVDesigner from Deviantart had an idea of what the device may look like, so he imagined the Nokia Lumia 960 “Catwalk”, although that codename has already been revealed.
Anyway, this is probably the Nokia EOS phone that we’re expecting in the following weeks. The device seems to have those side identations like on the iPhone, probably for the sake of the antenna. This Nokia concept uses an aluminum body, a thin one, with dual speakers at the back. We’ve got a potent Pureview camera at the back with Carl Zeiss Tessar technology and Pureview technology.
The resolution is unknown, although something like 20 or 41 megapixels may happen. The recent rumors talk about a Xenon flash here, as well as a focus assist light and a special lid for the camera lens. The specs are supposedly similar to the Lumia 920′s including a dual core CPU and 4.5 inch 768p display. The camera will probably be the bigshot here…
Suman Chatterjee brings us a new Nokia concept phone, the Lumia 901, that reminds me of the HTC 8S, especially in the lower side. Considering the naming pattern of the device, I expect something like a lower specced Lumia 920.
As you can see at the back we’ve got a Carl Zeiss lens camera, with dual LED flash and possibly an 8 MP Pureview sensor. The front part is the interesting bit, with an original upper and lower side, that may feel a bit like the HTC 8S. The lower one is pretty basic, but the upper one is more original and gives the Nokia Lumia 901 a more solid feeling.
With a facade that has bigger upper and lower edges you feel that the phone is more solid and resilient, since more glass may feel like more weakness. Hope you get what I’m trying to say here, although people considering all glass facades fashionable nowadays. The phone is totally rectangular and I can’t see any rounded areas here, so it may feel sharp in the hand, like the Xperia Z. What do you make of this Nokia render?
Remember the Nokia Paragon teaser? Well, Bob Freking finished the concept and you can check it out below, as it has some impressive goodies. Those include Android with Nokia UI on top and a huge battery life. Also, guess what… the phone is indestructible.
Nokia Paragon features a 4.5 inch ClearBlack AMOLED PureMotion HD+ display with Full HD resolution and a 1.8 GHz quad core Snapdragon 800 processor. It has the Adreno 330 GPU, 2 GB of RAM and a 21 megapixel Pureview camera with Full HD video capture. We also get excellent low light capture, image stabilization, lossless zoom and more. There’s a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera with 720p video capture and Android 4.2.1 as the OS.
This Nokia Android phone features a specific Nokia UI that somehow reminds me of that OS on Nokia Asha 501. We get Nokia Music on it, Here Maps, Cinemagraph, City Lens and all the goodies typical to a Lumia. This concept relies on a 3,500 mAh non removable battery, that should provide about 3 days of use. By the way this device does wireless charging and is virtually indestructible.
The design is very well thought and although the case is pretty wide, there’s a certain elegance to this Nokia concept.
Nokia that Nokia unveiled two new Lumia models in one week, the Lumia 925 and the Lumia 928, it’s time to look into the future. Karl Panase imagined the brand new model Nokia Lumia 1000, pictured below and running Windows Phone 8 GDR 3.
The handset measures 8.7 mm at its thinnest and weighs 165 grams. It features a Super AMOLED 4.8 inch screen with a Full HD resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. It also relies on PureMotion HD+ ClearBlack display technology and comes with 64 GB of storage, 2 GB of RAM and a microSD card slot with up to 64 GB support.
The CPU inside the Nokia Lumia 1000 is a 1.9 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800, accompanied by the Adreno 330 GPU and we also get a special Nokia imaging chipset for the camera image processing. Speaking of which, at the back there’s a 41 megapixel shooter with F/1.9 aperture, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, Xenon flash, LED flash and optical image stabilization. There are a lot of other camera features included, such as ND filter, up to 8x lossless digital zoom, variable aperture control and more.
The phone even does 4k video recording and finally, the Lumia 1000 has a 2500 mAh non removable battery. What do you think of this phone?
Created by Juskteez Vu, the Nokia Lumia 938 is a fresh Windows Phone concept with a pretty big display compared to other Lumias. This handset features a 5.2 inch PureMotion high resolution display with a 366 ppi pixel density.
On board we’ve got the Windows Phone 8.8 operating system and other specs include 64 GB of storage, a microSD card slot with support for 128 GB, 2 GB of RAM and at the back there’s a 17 megapixel camera with Full HD video capture, LED flash and autofocus. Upfront we’ve got a 3 megapixel camera with a hidden lens, to keep the uniform design of the facade.
Inside the Nokia Lumia 938 concept there’s a 2.7 GHz dual core processor and a 3000 mAh battery. We’ve also got wireless charging support and as you can see, the smartphone is rather wide and brightly colored. We’ve also got a new button layout, on top of the display. Interesting, right?
Bob Freking has become a household designer name here at Concept Phones and now we’ve got a fresh teaser for a piece of work that Bob has been working on. It’s called Nokia Paragon and part of it is shown below.
What’s clear from the pic is that it’s not a Lumia phone or a Windows Phone or any kind. There’s a slight Nokia N9 and MeeGo vibe to it, but I also fear it’s Symbian. I certainly hope that’s not the case, so Paragon may end up being a Jolla OS Phone in the end. Also seeing how Nokia launched that cool Nokia Asha 501 recently, with all those smartphone features on a $99 price tag, well, it could be Asha OS, courtesy of the Smarterfone technology.
By the way, Bob said “concept”, not phone, so it could be a phablet, or maybe a juicy bit of unexpected novelty, something like a prototype MeeGo tablet. Really hard to tell… what do you make of this Nokia teaser?
Created by Keanu Reeves (Mooz Deviant), the Nokia Lumia 999 concept phone is a design based on the Lumia 920 and 928. However, this mockup is original and involves minor look changes, that are shown in the pictures below.
We’re dealing with a totally rectangular handset, that doesn’t feel as rounded as the Lumia 920 for example. The Nokia Lumia 999 features a 5 inch Full HD display, a 13 megapixel Pureview camera at the back and 32 or 64 GB of storage. The color versions of the smartphone are very vivid and they include lime, indigo and cherry as color choices.
At the back of this Nokia Lumia concept we seem to get a Xenon flash, while the screen upfront has a pixel density of 441 ppi, the same as the Xperia Z and Samsung Galaxy S4. I like the lime version a lot. What’s your favourite color version here? Also, I’m betting that there’s a quad core Snapdragon CPU inside, running Windows Phone 8.1 Blue. What do you think?
Created by Antonios Apostolou, the Nokia Lumia 830 concept is a beautiful smartphone, that ditches the Fabula design and adopts a new approach. This mockup involves Windows Phone 8 and a bunch of specs listed below.
This is a Pureview Lumia handset with a rectangular design, a thin case and a set of speakers placed at the bottom, with the microUSB port and two screws, like on the Lumia 920. The Nokia Lumia 830 concept comes with Windows Phone 8 GDR3, a 4.5 inch AMOLED Pureview HD 720p display and an 8.7 megapixel Pureview camera at the back, while upfront there’s a 3.2 MP camera.
There’s also 16 GB of storage included, a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor and Puresound stereo speaker. There’s also NFC on board and the case used here is an aluminum unibody one, with a thickness of 8.1 mm. This is certainly welcome, after the huge Lumia 920… What do you think of this model?
Edgar Mkrtchyan sent us a brand new Nokia concept called Nokia Mirror, a splendid piece of machinery. It’s glossy, but in an elegant and good way and it also has innovative features, that are listed below. The handset is slightly curved and it has a glossy area on the side, like a mirror.
The back is also mirror-like, but the gloss is metallic, not glassy/plasticky like Nexus 4 or Xperia Z. Nokia Mirror can connect to a printer, TV, computer, projector, stereo station and external hard drive via a special USB key with NFC technology and Bluetooth. The same key has 16 GB of storage. The specs of the new Nokia handset are very good and include the Windows Phone 8+ OS and a dual core setup (1+1) 1.2 – 1.8 GHz.
Nokia Mirror features 2 GB of RAM, measures 10 mm in thickness and at the front there’s a 4.7 inch Full HD Puremotion HD+ screen with ClearBlack 2 technology and Gorilla Glass 3 protection. At the back there’s an 18 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens, Pureview technology, Xenon and LED flash, as well as rich recording. The battery inside a 3200 mAh unit and we also get 32/64 GB of storage, plus NFC, Bluetooth a 3 MP front camera.