Nokia Fans Dream Smartphone – The “Design by Community” Project Is Over

Nokia has announced that the project “Design by Community”,  launched about 2 months ago, has come to it’s logical end. The first part of the voting process, during which Nokia fans had an opportunity to vote for what features and characteristics they’d want in their dream Nokia smartphone, is completed.

Nokia claims that during this months they had “100s of comments, bags of suggestions for names and over 74,000 votes (74,268 to be precise)”.

According to the most of Nokia fans, the ideal smartphone should be a 10mm thin monoblock made out of aluminum; should be equipped with  a 4 inch capacitive touchscreen display, open source operating system, unlimited multitasking, Wi-Fi 802.11 n/b/g, USB 3.0, HDMI, Dolby surround sound, and an 8MP camera with 4X optical zoom, dual LED and Xenon flash, and HD video recording.

The device should also have “DbC OS 1 temperature and location sensors so your device constantly monitors your whereabouts and the local conditions.”

Nokia’s designers should present their own concepts by the end of this month, meanwhile Nokia will be in search of a name for the new handset.
Anyway, until Nokia’s team finishes the concept device, the resource UnwiredView made a quick mock-up of what the handset might look like: