Designer Jonas Daehnert has passed recently at Behance where he has shared a fair number of concepts describing the so-called Nokia Vision 2018 and his self ideas of where the Finnish phone company should proceed next in terms of product design. We were shown an excellent-looking device which had an enormous display panel that curves perfectly around its body’s long edges and a black matte finish. The screen has a conventional ratio of 16:9, situated between a bottom bezel and a strikingly thin top, the former one of which features a front facing stereo speaker, while the front displays a single-lens setup camera.
The back of Nokia Vision 2018 has incorporated a dual camera setup comprised of two imaging sensors displayed in a vertical style, situated immediately above the dual LED (dual tone) flash unit. Apparently, there was no sign of a heart rate monitor on the back of the panel of the handset, the only remaining elements on this side of the smartphone being what could resemble a reset key and Nokia’s signature branding.
The main imaging system of the smartphone may have been influenced by the recent reports of Nokia 9, HMD Global Oy’s upcoming flagship that is supposed to be aired in the following weeks. Conform to a number of leaks and industry insiders, Nokia 9 may feature a two sensor main imaging system and will be presented with two options, the more inexpensive one featuring 6GB of RAM, while the prime model is said to have the capacity up to 8GB.
Both smartphones should be equipped with the Snapdragon 835, Qualcomm’s recent high-end system on chip (SoC), which is also the first piece of silicon from San Diego, California based tech giant that is mass-produced on the 10nm process node.
Nokia is slowly making its rebound this year, being backed by HMD Global and Foxconn’s FIH Mobile, the latest one of which manufactures the devices created by the Finnish company.