The Finnish company Nokia has already shown an advance of what it is capable of doing in the design section. However, now, recently, a designer puts the Nokia X on the table. It is a conceptual recreation, but let us see a cutting edge and sophisticated design that is separated in a certain way from the monotony that currently reigns in the sector.
Meet The Futuristic Nokia X (Video)
The Finnish company Nokia has already shown an advance of what it is capable of doing in the design section. The Nokia 8 Sirocco is an example of this because of the company’s history of appellation.
The firm still has room to manoeuvre to surprise us with the Nokia 9. However, a designer puts the Nokia X on the table. It is a conceptual recreation, but let us see a cutting edge and sophisticated design that is separated in a certain way from the monotony that currently reigns in the sector.
Although some manufacturers demarcate themselves from the rest and apply smart designs to their smartphones, the truth is that the trend drags the vast majority to bet on conservative lines, based on models that at the time demonstrated an assured success. In this situation, and in full expansion of smartphones with screens with reduced frames, a designer wanted to capture in the form of Nokia X a somewhat different design that we went to show you on video.
The design of the Nokia X in video
We present the Nokia X. No, it is not a real model, but after a first look, most certainly many would like it to be. As you can see yourselves through the video that appears below, it shows a conceptual model designed without any pattern or filtration as a basis. This is a job done by a designer who wanted to make their mark with a cool and outstanding design of Nokia X.
On the front of the Nokia X highlights the finish, but; Above all, the arrangement of the sensors and front camera is situated on one side. No, although it may seem, there is no notch on the screen. It is really a game of lines and colours that at first can give the impression of the lateral notch on the display.
In the lower part of the screen, there is a clear reduction of the frames to accommodate a larger screen, without unduly damaging the overall dimensions of the smartphone. What has been the new concept of screens without frames with 18:9 aspect ratio.
Crystal, metal, curved lines
In the back of this Nokia X, you can see a change in appearance, with the combination of more angular lines. We refer to those points of termination of the corners, which shows a slight lateral curvature. A finish that looks for appearance, but also ergonomics.
In this regard, the surface of the mobile apparently shows a crystal finish, although there are also aluminium inserts. Of course, we must also mention the arrangement of a double rear camera. The rest of the details, better resort to the video itself, through which you can know more precisely to what extent the design of Nokia X is.