New Nokia Design Borrows From Apple and Android

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Dimitris Morianos imagined a Nokia phone that integrates design elements from Apple and some traits from Android and Google. The result is phone with a 5 megapixel camera, 3G support and a powerful front camera as well.

The front camera sensor will support 640 x 480 pixel resolutions and the handset will measure 13.5mm, while the height will be 15cm, a reminder of the iPhone. This model keeps the classic answer and end call buttons, plus volume and camera keys. The icons on the phone use LED lighting in various colors, allowing the user to navigate even when the lighting conditions are unfit.

The black version of this concept Nokia will be made from very glossy plastic, an AMOLED screen will be included and a chromium plate will be used for the logo. Brushed metal will be included in the sides, for a more luxurious look. Will this hybrid of technologies and designs work?

[via Design Buzz]

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