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In an interview with The Guardian, Nokia’s Executive Vice President of Design, Marko Ahtisaari, hints that Nokia is considering devices with wireless charging. This system already exists in products such as the Palm Pre and the HP Touchpad, but I definitely would love to see it on Nokia devices.
Nokia is launching a global crowdsourcing campaign to find a new version of the Nokia Tune. The competition starts today and entrants have 4 weeks to enter their compositions. Five runner-ups will be awarded $1,000 USD, while the winner will be awarded $10,000 USD. Nokia is looking for a tune that is fresh, expressive, original, and creative yet distinctively a Nokia Tune.
If you’d like to know how Nokia’s future phones are going to look, check out the Nokia N9. Nokia head designer Marko Ahtisaari told the WSJ to expect more devices using the Polycarbonate material with inherent color. Mr. Ahtisaari and his team are also aiming to design in a way that allows users to keep their heads up again.
Senior VP, Design & User Experience at Nokia, Marko Ahtisaari, spoke at the LeWeb conference today about the dominant patterns of interface and user experience in the smartphone industry. There’s the pattern used by iOS with just a screen full of apps and home button, and the pattern used by Symbian and Android. The introduction of Windows Phone 7 shows there’s demand for other patterns, and Nokia will introduce a new one with MeeGo in 2011. Video of the talk after the jump.