The Nokia Morph Concept
Greetings again everyone! A few days back I got myself exposed to the future of Nokia devices. What I am talking about was actually launched alongside The Museum of Modern Art “Design and The Elastic Mind” exhibition, the Morph concept device is a bridge between highly advanced technologies and their potential benefits to each one of us. It truly is the “way of the future”.
What it offers is truly breathtaking cause if that’s what is about to hit us in the near future then we will be one of the luckiest generation of “techwhiz” alive. As published by Nokia, the newly developing Morph Concept offers opportunities for insane growth in the mobile phones sector while specially in terms of features that can be offered.
To name a few among the likely possibilities:
- The devices will be composed of flexible, stretchable, transparent and remarkably strong materials which will blend seamlessly with the way we live. (…Imagine the oppurtunies? Maybe the color of the phone will change along with the time of the day or night, maybe the phone itself will bend around with your wrist like a nifty new watch while you are driving, maybe my themes will change with them one day hey! Imagine a QWERTY keyboard on the smallest of the Nokia device and imagine high end Touch UI keypads which only comes out when you want it to come out.)
- All devices will be more self cleaning, self preserving, (I personally think that it will be self sustainable, maybe it will detect itself that it is inside your pocket and will automatically active “scratch proof” mode since nanostructured surfaces like “Nanoflowers” naturally repel water, dirt, and even your own fingerprints automatically.)
- The whole electronic circuits inside the phone itself will be entirely transparent, thus making the phone even more dynamic in terms of futuristic designs.
- The batteries will become much more smaller with solar energy being the vital source of our so called “talk time”. Or maybe batteries will serve as a backup to the “Nanograss” (a technology of nano structures that harvest solar power independently) covered, solar energy powered, Nokia phones, thus out running the currently used traditional Lithium Ion batteries completely, who knows!
- There might be built in environment sensors that will come with the phone, thus aesthetics of nanotechnology will be used to its fullest. Imagine this, you are holding the “Morph-ed Nokia” in front of the pizza you are about to eat and it tells you immediately if that is good for your health or should you rather eat a veggie pizza that day (I hate veggie pizza!).
- And if those are not enough for you to be in total awe, it is being foreseen that after the implementation of the Nokia Morph concept, the cost of the phone itself will come down significantly while offering dynamic space for further 3rd party application and feature development. The actual size of the Nokia will get much smaller, keeping the navigation simple and subtle while focusing on the external interactions we do through our cell phones which will only leap forward endlessly, seamlessly.
Take a look at the video that was showcased by Nokia, it will certainly give you a good glimse of things about to come in our way, Nokia… Truly connecting people!! Cheers!