Nokia has decided on going the unconventional way to notch up its fans back again. Wondering how? Well, the Finnish giant in the mobile sector has decided to invest time and resources for researching up how graphen could be used in mobile manufacturing technology. If you are confused as to what graphen is– then hear it right—it has been labeled the hardest material on earth, over diamonds too.
Nokia has got hands on an European Union grant of $1.35 billion to look into the material up close. Henry Tirri, CTO, Nokia said, “”Nokia is proud to be involved with this project, and we have deep roots in the field — we first started working with graphene already in 2006…..Since then, we have come to identify multiple areas where this material can be applied in modern computing environments. We’ve done some very promising work so far, but I believe the greatest innovations have yet to be discovered.”
If you are still skeptical, as to how revolutionary this could be—read on. Using this material on phones could give you ultra-light smarties that could even make you forget you have been carrying one. May be a upgraded version of Nokia Lumia 920 may have it. Cheers to a new Nokia revolution, we guess.