Now we invite you to peruse the concepts yourself. And before you ask, Nokia doesn't say whether the devices would be Windows Phone 7.
The first entry is more a remade N82 than a concept phone. It is undeniably eye-catching, though. Designed by Reginald Shola Hingston, the handset has an angular keyboard that sort of looks like a dragonfly if you squint.
This model promises to turn digital information into kinetic energy by way of the electromagnet in its base. When you get a call while the phone is resting on a table, it will rise automatically on its rounded base. To ignore the call, you could tip it back down. It's designed by Jeremy Innes-Hopkins.