New Nokia Phone Concept Hits the Web and it’s Absolutely Gorgeous

Another day, another concept phone about Nokia phones. This time with an edge-to-edge screen and secondary display.

    A fresh Nokia phone concept is rounding the internet and it is said to feature an edge-to-edge display along with a secondary display. This concept is coming from the popular designer 'Michael Muleba' who previously drawn a concept of a Nokia phone, but it never went official.

    New Nokia Phone Concept Hits the Web and it’s Absolutely Gorgeous

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    However, the new concept looks somewhat realistic and we might see it in real life as well. Here's what the latest Nokia phone concept shows.

    A Truly Buttonless Phone

    The concept images show that this Nokia smartphone is completely buttonless smartphone with all the controls being present in the display itself. Furthermore, there are no volume keys either, which is slightly confusing as for how the volume will be controlled on this phone. 

    Edge-to-Edge Display

    This is slowly becoming a norm in the smartphone arena. This new concept phone from Nokia is featuring an edge-to-edge display same as the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Note 7. Also, the icons shown in the concept images are of Samsung TouchWiz. 

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    Secondary Display

    This Nokia concept does feature a secondary display on top of the primary screen. However, this secondary screen is awkwardly placed in the place of 3.5mm headphone jack. It displays secondary text notifications, media playback UI, and virtual volume controls.

    23MP Rear Camera

    This Nokia smartphone will also feature a 23MP camera on the rear and it uses the famous Carl Zeiss technology, which we have seen on previous Nokia phones.

    IRIS Scanner and Fingerprint Sensor?

    This concept shows that the Nokia phone does feature both IRIS scanner and fingerprint sensor. While the fingerprint sensor can be located at the rear of the phone, placed below the camera. And, the IRIS scanner can be seen above the display on the frontal part.

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