This certainly looks like a great Nokia concept phone! Created by Andy Kurovets, the Nibiru handset draws its inspiration from the Babylonian mythology (name-wise at least) and packs a couple of pretty cool features, like that 8 megapixel camera at the back.



The device also comes with a side MP3 player, that’s more of an audio control system that you can access without taking Nibiru out of the pocket or purse. On the opposite side, you’ll find the device’s speakers and a closer look reveals a touchpad on the lower side of the phone, used for web browsing.

Nibiru’s curved edges are not only for eye candy, but they also serve as screen protectors and you have to know that the phone’s specs list also includes a mobile battery and a navigational key below the screen.




[via Concept Phones]

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