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The S-shaped Nokia concept phone

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The S-shaped Nokia concept phoneWhen trying to decide which mobile phone to choose from the wide variety of handsets available on the market, you must be very focused on some features, if you don’t want to get lost in the overwhelming realm of all sorts of technological apparitions.

Mobile phones are getting so thin nowadays, that they’re almost ignoring every rule of handheld ergonomics. That is why, considering the sleek and sexy Nokia concept phones that were launched in the past, the S-shaped Nokia concept phone looks kinda strange. Take a good look at it and you might see I’m right. All of you out there who were fans of those bulky Sony Ericsson T phones from the late nineties, this might like the S-shaped. Therefore, bringing back memories from years you hardly remember, even if it will fit badly in your pocket, the S-shaped will look cool once you pull it out (or not, depending on your preferences).

The S-shaped Nokia concept phoneThe device was created and developed by industrial designer Heikki Juvonen who studied in four different countries, thriving now for new and better solution. He thinks that all products should excel in as many aspects as possible throughout their entire life cycle. He decided to backtrack and redesign a futuristic mobile complete with all accoutrements, but will realistic ergonomics in mind.

Maybe the renderings look great and glossy, but I would never want such a device, as I think it won’t be comfortable inside my pockets. More than that, I am quite sure that you won’t like the idea of carrying your phone in your hand all the time. The designer focused on usability, which resulted in a new balance of structure for the phone. The bottom part has been made heavy and the same makes for a good grip.
The S-shaped Nokia concept phoneAs we’re talking about a concept phone, there is nothing that can be said on its pricing and availability. And if we’re not sure that the device will find some place in your pocket, then we are positive on the fact that the S-shaped Nokia concept phone will hardly be able to fit in your budget.

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