In a post in its Conversations blog, the Finnish company has unveiled the Nokia 5AM-TH1N6 Constellation touchscreen microwave. Why the drastic change in direction? Has sales of its Lumia smartphones plummeted so lowly that the Finland’s finest now has to look for greener pastures?
Not really. Besides coinciding with the one day where everything should not be taken at face value, Nokia’s “proven track record and extensive IPR in working with microwave radios” is the logical next step to “attack (their) competition”, according to the company’s head of home appliances Olavi Huhtikuu (we urge you to translate this name).
Featuring a “superfast, water-cooled 8-core high-voltage transformer”, the 5AM-TH1N6 also features a touchscreen so sensitive you can use it with oven mitts on. Also, it features a revolutionary eye-tracking technology that stops the food from rotating when you look at it.
Also, the Lumia design heritage is faithfully reproduced, with the 5AM-TH1N6 to be available in “blue cheese cyan, lemon yellow and liquorice black.” Finally, Nokia’s latest in innovation also ships with a high-resolution PureFood camera, which automatically shares pictures of ready meals to your social networks. Unfortunately, there is no word on whether the 5AM-TH1N6 will support wireless charging.
The Nokia 5AM-TH1N6 Constellation will be available in Q2 this year for a very competitive €399. Nokia also plans to produce other models, including a Mini variant as well as a 10-inch version, in its effort to flood the market with
Sams Nokia devices.
(Source: Conversations by Nokia)