The Nokia Snow smartphone concept (in the picture below) is totally a pin up. The stunning concept device has glassy exteriors with suave chrome accents. On the other side, it gracefully curves at the edges. It’s about a 4 inches phone and has a substantial screen. The stylishly slim handset is designed by Mohamed Magdy from RecentGlance Vision, who is also known for crafting the sleek Nokia C8.
It delivers on technical functions too. To start with, the touchscreen is Super AMOLED Plus and boasts of a 1000 x 600 pixel resolution. It has two cameras; one on the front is a 2 megapixel piece while the 14.1 MP camera embedded at the back has LED flash, autofocus and also Carl Zeiss optics. The cell phone also deploys micro HDMI. The noise cancellation microphone will be liked by many. For external attachments, it has the microSD card slot, microUSB 3.0 port and also a SIM card slot.
There are other high points of this device as well. It uses Windows Phone 7 for its operation and accordingly slips in a flat design for its case. The placement of Windows buttons is integrated cleverly into the design. The buttons blend smoothly with the handset without being overpowering. The dreamy design goes on to show that Nokia is fussy about its concept phones. The device has not hit the market yet, but many out there will be waiting in anticipation for this one to roll out.
Via: Concept Phones