A new smartphone concept design has just surfaced, following the Galaxy Note 9 concept which popped up yesterday. We have seen quite a few smartphone concept designs lately, and the one that surfaced today is considerably different than the rest, as this design is quite futuristic, it doesn't resemble any other phone on the market, basically. The designer opted to call this phone the 'Nokia X', which is an imaginary smartphone at this point. It is important that you understand that this is not a leak of the device, or anything of the sort, it's a figment of imagination, created by a third-party source, in this case, it comes from the 'Designed By Hege' website.
Having said that, this design is portrayed both in images and video, both of which have been included down below. This imaginary handset seems to be made out of metal, though a metal + glass model also seems to be included, and it actually comes with stereo speakers. The device sports a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, while Nokia's logo sits in the lower-right corner of the phone's front side, and on the back of the device. The overall design is quite interesting, especially the design of the phone's front side, as it's mostly white, but there's a black piece included above the display, in the upper-left corners, where the phone's sensors are located. A SIM card tray seems to be included on the left, while the same can be said for the phone's physical keys. There are two cameras placed on the back of the phone, and they're not flush with the phone's back side. ZEISS branding has been included on the device as well, and the designer actually shared several color variants of the device, all of which you can check out in the gallery down below, or the provided video.
It is also worth saying that the phone's back side is slightly curved, on the sides, while a 3.5mm headphone jack sits on the top of the device. A Type-C USB port sits on the bottom of the device, and the designer envisioned a 5.7-inch display for this smartphone. That is more or less it, the designer did not share any more spec info for the phone, as this is a concept device after all.