Nokia has unveiled two new striking concept phones, taking inspiration from a US Air Force spy plane and flying insects.
Devised by artist Reginald Shola Hingston, the Nokia Stealth and Dragonfly are designed for the mid and entry-level smartphone customer respectively and an emphasis on bold design choices will be used to engage users' interest.
The Stealth is inspired by the aerial bomber of the same name and its rubberised keys can apparently absorb light, presumably making it perfect for clandestine calling.
It will also use touches of red to accent the black body, with the artist's intention being to replicate the kind of radar systems typically used by military organisations.
The Dragonfly has more obvious mainstream appeal, sticking with a slim build and only bringing in inspiration from its namesake for the angular keypad layout.
Sadly, Nokia blog NokNok suggests that neither of these concept designs will ever make it off the drawing board.
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