Nokia is the way to go these days, as we approach MWC 2011 and we’re only dealing with designs here, not real devices, sadly. This time it’s Abhay Vir who created a stunning Nokia handset, the AMeego, pictured below and sporting a 2 way slider design.
Based on the MeeGo OS, Nokia AMeego features a 4.1 inch display (AMOLED multitouch), with a 1024 x 768 pixel resolution and 4.3 aspect ratio. The phone supports GSM quadband connectivity, 3G, EDGE, GPRS, WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP and uses a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, accompanied by 1GB RAM and 2GB ROM.
64GB of built in memory, plus a 64GB microSD card will also do the job and believe it or not, MeeGo 2.0 will support Android apps. A 12MP Xenon Flash camera is placed at the back of the device, complete with geotagging, autofocus, image stabilization, smile detection and 720p video capture at 30fps. The 2 way slider measures 17mm in thickness and weighs 170 grams. Brilliant piece of equipment, I have to say!