HMD Global’s Nokia has so far been impressive since the return of the brand. The models released have been received with global accolades for their sleek design, especially the durability aspect. Thus, it is no wonder we get to see concept designs of Nokia’s upcoming models. Not too long ago, the Nokia 9’s concept appeared online. Now, a relatively unknown Nokia X concept video and images have appeared online.
This concept design, we must admit differs from the concept designs we have seen lately. The design is different from our regular smartphones we have in the market presently but instead, it looks quite futuristic. There is no indication that HMD has a device in the works dubbed Nokia X. Well, except the Android phone bearing that name launched way back in 2014. So, the name is likely the coinage of the designer. That also makes the design a figment of the designer’s imagination.
The Nokia X concept comes with a metal body but there is a model with its body made from metal and glass. The display is a full-screen display with a notch. The notch or cut-out isn’t at the centre as we see in some models recently but the Nokia X’s display notch is at the top left corner. The device also comes with stereo speakers. At the rear, there is a fingerprint sensor for unlocking the device while Nokia’s logo sits in the middle. The logo is also at the lower-right corner of the phone’s front aspect. The Nokia X comes with a dual rear camera setup aligned horizontally with an LED flash in the centre of both sensors. There is also the ZEISS branding. The device packs a 3.5mm audio jack and a USB Type-C port. The concept device comes in several colour variants. You can check out more images of the Nokia X from the video below.