Nokia J and A Renders Make Us think of New Nokia, Jolla and Sailfish (Video)

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We’ve proposed a new design to Jermaine Smit, a Nokia handset, that has strong Jolla elements in its identity and could fit the vibe of a “McLaren phone“, racing stripe and all. The result is the Nokia J and A devices shown below.

Nokia J and A concept 1

This is a 5 inch smartphone with a case that takes some cues from the Nokia N1 and a camera area plus stripe at the back inspired by racing cars and the ship Star Trek (look closely!). The concept Nokias come with dual tone flashes, a big camera lens and rounded case. They come in Android 5.0/Sailfish versions, with 3 GB of RAM, up to 64 GB of storage and a microSD card slot.

Nokia J and A concept 2

There’s a 30.1 megapixel camera at the back with Carl Zeiss lens and 1/1.5 inch sensor size, as well as F/2.2 aperture. The handset packs a 3100 mAh battery and weighs 121 grams. There’s a Snapdragon 810 64 bit octa core CPU inside and the McLaren Star Trek handset measures 8.7 mm in thickness. With Lumia left behind, I like this new Nokia and hope that Jolla will somehow join it.

As the video below shows, there’s an unique notification system on board. By the way, Nokia A runs Android and Nokia J runs Jolla OS/ Sailfish.

Nokia J and A concept 3

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[via Jermaine Smit]

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  • Lutz

    This would be the greatest thing,if I could choose between Android or Sailfish and it would be the biggest thing,if Nokia would make it come true to produce these phones!So love comes back to Nokia again…

  • Noel

    Amazing concept…the Nokia that need re-birth must bring this concept to life. This device screams success…the shape reminds me of my Nexus 4 but the deference is this packs a 5″ screen on a device just under 138mm tall, 69.4mm wide and under 9.0mm thin..couple that with those amazing specs, big battery and the possibility of dual boot, equals a winner. Just price is reasonably in this competitive and the masses will bite.

  • when this device will come to market?

  • Erudy

    It does look great on sailfish Os. I do wish Symbian would be brought back, the battery life would last as long as the phones of the the early 2000’s. And much safer than android.