Monday, 14 November 2011

Nokia Gem concept reviews specs price release cost features

On November 10th the 25th anniversary, Finnish handset maker Nokia might revealed its latest handset which is goint to set the revolution with its awesome features, not exactly be setting the mobile markets on fire as far as sales figures go. But one after looking at this phone is enough to reveal that it is really a Gem i.e nothing but the latest handset of Nokia itself named as GEM, a handset that can be turned entirely into a touchscreen. Simply put, the phone does not come with a single front display and a drab, solid battery cover as its rear. Instead, both the front and the back of the phone carry display screens, each flowing across the edges and merging seamlessly into each other.
According to a post on the Nokia Conversations blog, this unique ability allows users to wrap a single image around the whole device or one on each side or carry advertisements on the back of the phone.
“The back and front are also interactive, making it possible to pinch and zoom the rear of the phone while getting a constant clear view of the image on the front,” the blog post said.
Another impressive feature of the phone is its ability to change its appearance to resemble the application selected by the user. So while using the camera app, the whole looks like a snapper.
“There is no default appearance. If you play a lot of games it will usually resemble a games pad, for example,” Senior Design Manager Jarkko Saunamäki, who led the team which invented GEM, said.
And that’s not all. The phone comes with the possibility of interaction with other phones as one user can actually ‘pour contact details and photos into’ another’s phone.
It can also display 3D images allowing viewing from all angles, the blog post said.
“It’s the ultimate customizable device,” says Jarkko, referring to the Nokia Gem which was launched on the 25th anniversary of the Nokia Research Center.
“It’s called GEM because polished precious stones have several sides. Also it’s a concept which is like a raw gem, but it needs to be polished to become a real product,” Jarkko added.

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