This Would Be the New Version of the Nokia N95, a Phone That Never Hit the Market
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- The update of the N95 had a music player, television and internet access, through a browser, totally innovative advances for 2007.
- In the prototype shown by Fisher in his video, we see three cameras on the back and a ring capable of holding the phone when the user uses it to watch videos or attend a video conference.
Do you like Nokias? Juho Sarvikas , product manager at HMD Global , the company that owns the cell phone brand at the moment, revealed that they are working on a new prototype of the N95 model.
Sarvikas confirmed that the new prototype shown by blogger Michael Fisher on his YouTube channel is real. Take a look at this amazing piece of the Nokia N95 from @theMrMobile . We studied a new version of this icon (Nokia N95) and also considered a vertical sliding concept, but the main problem here was that the cameras and the speaker could not be accessed at the same time. Look at the sketch. What would you do? ”, The director placed on his Twitter account.
Check out this awesome piece on Nokia N95 from @theMrMobile ! We looked at a remake of this icon and also considered a vertical slide concept but the major issue here was that you could not access cameras and the speaker at the same time. Check out the sketch. What would you do? https://t.co/uIHewym3YG pic.twitter.com/7WbUawT3ld- Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) November 7, 2020
The update of the N95 had a music player, television and internet access through a browser, totally innovative advances for 2007. However, this never made it to the market.
Now HDM Global prepares a new version of the iconic cell phone, retaking the slide that hides the front camera and speakers.
“We also explore a wide range of slip options. The goal was to ensure usability in both landscape and portrait, as well as comfortable one-handed use. How about the 'angle slider'? ”Sarvikas explained in another tweet.
We also explored a wide range of sliding options. Objective was to secure usability in both landscape and portrait as well as comfortable single hand use. How do you like the "angle slider"? You get into some pretty wild mechanics with some of these pic.twitter.com/HHLdSCD17i- Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) November 7, 2020
In the prototype shown by Fisher in his video, we see three cameras on the back and a ring capable of holding the phone when the user uses it to watch videos or attend a video conference.