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The Nokia 950 concept phone, possibly featuring Mango OS and giving us a QWERTY keyboard to interact with. Alberto Pietrobon decided to borrow the Nokia E6 design and implement Windows Phone on it, for a result that easily fits in the touch and type segment. With a single core 1GHz CPU, 512MB of RAM, 8/16GB of storage and a 5MP camera.
VooMote One IR sleeve and app that converts iPhone or iPod touch into a universal remote. This smartphone could work as a universal replacement for the growing number of remote controls piling up at our homes. VooMote One captures “more than 30,000 infrared codes” and is capable of recognizing “574 TV brands, 995 Top Box/DVR brands, and 151 audio and CD brands,” while its library is being updated constantly. This can learn new devices automatically by pointing the original device’s remote control toward the LED transmitter of VooMote One sleeve.
Menu available for touch on the main area of the device, with icons that resembles the ones in iOS, the older version even. Back to Gregory’s design, we can see here a Nokia for 2015 with a sliding touch area that serves as the keyboard the device. The sliding part seems to include a virtual QWERTY keyboard.
Nokia N10 touch and type resembles the E6 a bit and comes with a 2.46 inch display and adopts the polycarbonate body of the N9. How about a touch and type Nokia N10 version, that brings not only a touchscreen display, but also a portrait QWERTY keyboard. This could be a brilliant replacement for the E series devices.
Nokia N9 has a sleek and slim body where the hardware and the software is placed so efficiently. Nokia N9 is a complete touch smartphone that is here to make your life simpler. This phone is so simple that you just need a gesture for a finger to use it. Nokia N9 includes several applications, notifications, and is a perfect tool for multitasking. Made from the best of polycarbonate material, it’s better than other competitors’ smart phones because of its better antenna performance.