Nokia Prism: Will This Weird Phone be the Upcoming Nokia Android Phone?

The advancement of mobile phone to smartphone is a notable development in the field of technology. Nevertheless, no one can forget the role played by Nokia that reigned the mobile phone market all over the world until the evolution of smartphones.

Nokia Prism: Will This Weird Phone be the Upcoming Nokia Android Phone

The Nokia Android phone is eagerly awaited by many Nokia fans and the manufacturer is rumored to launch them by the end of this year. In the meantime, a weird concept phone has popped up online.

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As per this concept, the Nokia Prism seems to be the weirdest concept phone that we would have seen so far. It is created a Russian designer, Vasili Sychev. Check out the weird concept from here.

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Nokia Prism seems to be too big

The Nokia Prism appears to be way too big to fit in your pocket. Take a look at the smartphone's bizarre design. You might even think if there could be a phone like this.

Doesn't look like a phone

The prism-shaped Nokia phone concept doesn't look like its meant to be a phone. It appears to be like a piece of art.

Sharp edges all over

The Nokia Prism seems to have sharp and angular edges all over it. It might be quite uncomfortable for you to hold the phone.

Its flawless

Of course, the Nokia Prism is flawless, but one thing to be noted is how many users will like a prism-shaped phone.

Its trapeze in shape

The Nokia Prism is more trapeze and not rectangle like any other smartphone available in the market.

Do let us know if you like this concept of Nokia Prism via the comments section.

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