Nope, it's not a new phone, tablet, or any form of device, although you have to admit, the concept gadgets presented look really interesting, to say the least. It actually seems to be a cloud-storage/syncing mechanism, or even a web-based platform which partly reminds us of Chrome OS. The video promises that, with Nokia Air, you won't need to download, install, or update apps since new content will be directly delivered to your devices straight from the cloud, giving you access to the newest goodies anytime, anywhere the service is ready, easily.
Quite intriguing, no? Too bad it looks like this one's not going to leave the "what might have been" folder. The consensus now is that the whole Nokia Air project has been scrapped, and judging by the interface shown on the devices, it could be an undertaking for Symbian which, as we all know, has been dropped (for Nokia's high-end devices) in favor of Windows Phone. Still, it's really interesting. Maybe we'll see it resurrected in full strength for Microsoft's mobile OS? We're not banking on it but, who knows?