The Nokia N9 is not even out yet and we already catch a glimpse of what a follow-up might look like. Of course, this is a mere concept, as you might have imagined, but it’s not bad at all. The Nokia N10 concept was created by Mohammed Shihuzaan and it has the unique ability to triple boot into Android, MeeGo and Windows Phone.
Another unique feat is the design of the device, that resembles a sail and adopts an asymmetrical look. Industrial design usually doesn’t rely on the lack of symmetry, but this time we can make an exception for this beauty. The N10 features a white anodized aluminum casing, a curved Gorilla Glass display with AMOLED technology and 480 x 854 pixel resolution. The screen measures 3.9 inches in diagonal and the handset also includes LED bottom buttons, changing for each OS.
The smartphone can run MeeGo Harmattan 1.2, Windows Phone Mango and Android 2.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, in case you’re wondering. It performs its tasks thanks to a dual core 1.2GHz CPU and the camera at the back is a 8 megapixel unit with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus and dual LED flash. The same cam is capable of 1080p 30 fps video capture.
1GB of RAM and 16/32GB of internal memory round up the specs list, together with Dolby Mobile sound enhancement. The battery of Nokia N10 is irremovable and provides 450 hours of 3G standby time. Would Nokia ever agree to create a phone curved to the left side?