The Nokia Kinetic turns digital information into kinetic energy by way of the electromagnet in its base. This means when a call is received, the weight in the base can be shifted and the phone will rise up. If you don’t want to answer the call you can just tap it back down. The Nokia Kinetic is a concept mobile phone designed by Jeremy Innes-Hopkins and comissioned by Nokia.
In case you missed it, the real hook of the concept is an electromagnet in the phone’s base that allows it to stand up on cue, and be flipped down to dismiss an action. The bulky base means it would be different to fit the phone in a pocket, or even hold it in your hand. However the phone does look stylish and smart, and hopefully Nokia will take some design ideas from it for future phones.
What do you think about this new concept phone?