Nokia N-XT to Reinvent the Nseries

Nokia concept phones are nothing new and neither are unrealistic representations of devices that some of us would wish to exist.

Nokia N-XT is yet another concept, but this one seems quite realistic. And, interestingly enough, it was created out of disappointment. Of what? you might ask.

Well, the designer of N-XT, Chris from Symbian Freak, thinks that Nokia doesn’t actually know what gadget freaks really want from a new Nseries smartphone. So he came up with the N-XT. Which, he says, is made public as an open source idea that the Finnish manufacturer can use for creating an upcoming Nseries multimedia computer.

This handset should come as the ultimate Nseries. It is designed to incorporate a display that can both slide and swivel, turning the N-XT into a device that might be called a smart-video-photo-projector-phone.

The capabilities that Nokia N-XT should have could make it not only the best Nokia ever, but also one of the best mobile devices, regardless of brand. And to convince you of this, here are the main features of the concept:

  • 4.1 inch full-touch display with a Wide-VGA resolution of 480 x 800 pixels and 16 million colors
  • Symbian S60 5th Edition Touch interface
  • 8-way D-pad
  • quad-band WCDMA connectivity
  • 8 MP camera with Carl Zeiss lens, optical zoom, auto focus, face detection, xenon flash & dual-LED flash and video recording (WVGA at 30fps)
  • Dedicated graphics processor unit (GPU)
  • Accelerometer
  • A-GPS and compass
  • Built-in DLP 720p projector
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
  • Audio & Video players
  • FM radio and FM transmitter
  • 3.5mm audio jack
  • 24GB of internal memory plus microSDHC support
  • 1,800 mAh battery

Quite impressive, I’d say. The thing is: will we get to see the N-XT in reality? We might, if the Nokia bosses take a peek at it and decide to turn it into one of the next Nseries smartphones.

Author: Ilinca Nita

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  • Bazza

    Yes you will see it… the next Chinese handset release.

  • Bazza

    Yes you will see it… the next Chinese handset release.