Concept devices are always cool – simply because they are not bound by current laws of physics or manufacturing. Throw in as many features as you like into a super svelte chassis, and the concept will still work like a charm. I don’t suppose that should Nokia follow the designs of these concepts of Symbian Belle phones, they would definitely do better in the market than they are at the moment.
It can be rather frustrating though, to know that such beauties of a device are not real or even close to being realized. What you see above could very well be an iPhone-inspired design, sporting a rectangle with curved corners.
For the full run out of the rest of the concepts, you might want to head on here. It is a Czech site, so make sure Google Translate works on your machine beforehand, otherwise, the YouTube videos should suffice. After all, doesn’t a picture speak a thousand words?
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