Nokia has put together a video showing where they thing technology is heading. Not surprisingly, the company is bullish on internet connectivity and the ability to store, synchronize, and share your data in the cloud for access on multiple devices. And those devices including phones, internet connected televisions, mobile internet devices, and a dual screen mini-laptop that looks a lot like that XO-2 laptop concept that the OLPC foundation recently scrapped.
You can check out a video after the break, courtesy of Slashgear. Keep in mind, these are just concept devices (if the fact that they’re cartoons didn’t give that away) and don’t really indicate where Nokia is headed. You can get away with that when you’re talking about 2015, because a lot can happen in 6 years to change the way we think about mobile technology. For instance, in one scene you see someone remove a SIM card or SD card or something from one device and slide it into another. I really hope that by 2015 sharing content between two devices is a lot more seamless than that.