Since Nokia dumped the Meego project, the developers didn't lose their hope for a Linux based mobile OS. They have successfully build the Sailfish OS and teasing Nokia now. I have made a concept for the Sailfish OS and it was running on a Nokia device. What i want to show you is how awesome it will be if Nokia didn't dump the Meego project.
As you can see in the above image, i have used some Nokia technologies such as Pureview to the device. The design is also change to curved edges,not like the fully rectangular designs Nokia using nowadays for their flagships. I have seen many users saying that they need a physical keyboard for Meego based phones,i don't know the reason why they desperately want a one. so i have added a Sliding keypad as well. Lets see the full list of specifications.
4.6" True HD IPS+ screen ,768x1280 resolution , 332ppi
PureMotion HD+ ClearBlack technology
Corning Gorilla Glass 2
2GHz Dual Core Cortex-A15 +two Cortex-M4 CPU
TI-OMAP 5432 Chipset
PowerVR SGX544MP2 GPU
4 Raw Sliding Physical QWERTY keyboard
16GB internal storage
micro SD up to 32GB
8 Mega Pixel Carl zeiss lense with Pure View technology
1080p video recording@60fps
Optical Image Stabilisation
2mp front facing camera
Touch sensor buttons for volume rocker/zoom+- and camera shutter
There is only 1 physical button on the device and its on top for power on the device and for put the device on standby mode
Wi-Fi, Hotspot, DLNA, USB on the go
Bluetooth 4.0, NFC
Dolby Headphone Sound enhancement
2700mAh Li-ion Non user removable battery
Jolla Sailfish OS
Maybe you might think, having a non removable battery is not a good thing. honestly me too don't like that, but we have seen most of high end flagships are coming with non user removable batteries. As a Nokia device i had no option to make it a removable battery since Lumia 920 also has a built in battery. the Sliding mechanism is similar to N950, E7. unfortunately i forgot to make the design looking like that.
There is something special about the side buttons in this concept. I have added touch sensors instead of physical buttons. to make volume up you just need to tap on the sensor with a up arrow. same technology for the camera shutter sensor. the image below will show you how it works.
But there is also touch to focus option on screen too, so no worries if you are uncomfortable with this feature. What you think about Sailfish OS? will it be able to get in to the track ? we should not forget the other under developing mobile OS's such as Tizen OS which is developing by Samsung+Intel, Boot to Gecko OS by Mozilla. Lets hope to see these OSs in the near future.
Leave your comments down here about the concept. feel free to express your ideas and suggestions.