Regardless of the fact that Nokia “prioritize antenna performance over physical design if they are ever in conflict,” a British designer, Jeremy Hopkins has come up with a unique cellphone concept that converts digital information into kinetic movement. Now whatever that means, this magical mobile phone simply intends to make your call receiving, text messaging or emailing, playful. Featuring electromagnetic at the base of the phone, the Nokia Kinetic shifts the weight that causes the phone to stand in upright position, allowing the user to just glance at the screen before accepting/rejecting the call through a simple tap that also knocks it down to return back to its standby mood. Aimed at business people, The Nokia Kinetic responds to notifications through movement. It’s obviously not slated for a release anytime soon, nor are there many technical specifications available about this device, but it does look very fascinating.
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