[CES 2008] Here’s the Nokia Eco Sensor concept in real life – while there aren’t exactly any plans to release these concepts in the near future just yet, it is still interesting to see a real-life version albeit non-working models. The idea of having the choice to include the exact functions that I want into the handset itself is nice, as not everyone wants a 5-megapixel camera in their cellphone. Still, the lack of a nice, big display still bugs me but until they get the kinetic energy/solar panels working efficiently to power a larger display, I guess something small would just have to do.
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