A mobile phone that doubles as a picture frame scooped the main prize in a competition run by Nokia at an art college in London.
Nokia challenged 25 industrial design students at the Central Saint Martin's College of Art and Design to come up with ideas for the future of mobile handset design.
Student Daniel Meyer designed a device that could be used for video-conferencing, and was inspired by the traditional practice of carrying pictures of friends or family members around with you.
Nokia made a dummy version of the winning picture-frame handset to be shown at an exhibition in London's Air Gallery this week.
The wide brief for the project asked students to create concepts for a premium but mass market mobile communications device capable of providing multimedia services up to the year 2015.
"The brief was a great challenge, especially because we had to consider social trends and technological changes," said Meyer.
The winning package included a cash prize and the offer of a work placement with Nokia's design team.
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