Look, i don know how you "Nokia employees" got your jobs but you should learn to read, this is infact true as it a CONCEPT from the research and development division, so unless you are a proud owner of a white coat with a nokia tag on it and 3cm thick lense glasses, you wont know about this. A highly acclaimed site like gsmarena would obviously monitor the news they put up on their site, after all, their credibility counts on it...
this is not fake here is Nokia Press release link
These are a bit flimsy to be authentic Nokia consept ideas.. The quality and the innovation is missing...
this is marvellous. and I'll do it more and and perfectly.
common its not fake try to read clearly....its just a concept... so dun worry sim battery etc
and thats even a Nokia employee saying that dayum!
as i said before this is false, i already said this as below and i work for nokia,
It's only a cheap publicity stunt.... Nothing like this is ever going to happen! Even Nokia employees state this as false news. Nokia.. first improve ur existing bricks b4 going to next tech.
@ SE rulz
you obviously need to read more than gsm blogs online and SE fanboy sites. nanotechnology will not only be cable of doing what nokia is proposing, but much more. i can't wait to see these devices come to fruition and to see people like you begging for one
What's next, an invisible phone?
Heh, that's nothing compared to my 3310 ((:
Nano-technology my foot.. If mobile will become flexible, stretchable and transparent as this, where the heck will the device hold the antenna, battery, SIM, etc? It's a fake news just for publicity stunt of Nokia (It needs one after its market share going down :] Even a Nokia employee said so below!
the brick n95 is not better then k800
Vaporware is awesome!
cool.look like alien "teilon" technology.
woa...thats just..insane times 10. jesus, im starting to love the peak of 2008 man! new tech comming at our faces. thi is unbeleiveble!
Hey guys, get real!
It clearly says that this is a CONCEPT device that is currently on display at the New York Museum of Modern Art.
What's wrong with you, can't you read?