Nokia launched this week its first X series devices, that are quite hot, but still we’re pleasantly surprised by Esato board user RKSD’s concepts shown below. The first is Nokia 5903 Classic, an Android 2.0 handset with a Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, 512MB RAM and 32GB of internal memory.As you might already know,
You can see a “live” shot of the Nokia concept phone below, followed by a render of Nokia 5902, an even more hot looking handset. The 5902 model is also slimmer, probably runs Android as well and, as you can see, both devices use touchscreen displays.
This means that Nokia will quit using Symbian and the promising Maemo 5 platform, which I really don’t see happening too soon. What do you think?