Designer Jakob Kumar created a very interesting Nokia concept phone, dubbed Heartbeat, since its interface is based on the human pulse and graphs like the one of the lying detector, equalizer and heart monitor. The device uses social networking features and provides a composer that compiles together images, videos and sound.


Nokia Heartbeat is intended for capture and editing of media content, that can be shared via social networks. As you can see in the images, this Nokia concept uses a wheel mechanism for menu navigation, just like most digital cameras nowadays. The handset comes with a stylus, plus volume and lock buttons, that are easily accessible.

A large touchscreen is also on board, as you can notice and we’re guessing that there’s a decent camera incorporated at the back. Will this Nokia design ever become real?

[via Concept Phones]

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