The Guardian recently published an indeed interesting interview with Nokia’s executive vice president of design, Marko Ahtisaari. In the interview Athisaari talks about he evolution of smartphones as well as the Nokia Lumia 800 and the Nokia N9.
One commentator, I say, described the Lumia 800 as like the negative of the iPhone 4: it’s rounded where that is square, square where that is rounded, curved where that is flat. And it feels really nice in the hand. So was the Lumia/N9 thought of as a negative of the iPhone?