Nokia N9 MeeGo Smartphone

The N9's colourful shell is, on the front at least, unspoiled by old-fashioned buttons. Instead, navigation is performed entirely through gestures on the 3.9in touch screen. Just tap and swipe to unlock the phone, and a smooth slide from the side will cycle through its three home .
The N9 runs MeeGo, a Linux-based operating system that rose from the ashes of Moblin and Maemo. Unlike Symbian, Nokia's staple, it's designed with touch screens in mind, and it looks rather lovely in operation.
Nokia has taken a leaf out of Apple's book and fitted the N9 with an iPhone-style MicroSIM slot.  the N9 is made from one piece of polycarbonate, which Nokia reckons means better reception, better voice quality.
the N9  It uses the short-range wireless tech, not just to share content with other NFC-enabled gadgets,
Nokia phones are known for their cameras, and the N9 will hopefully be no exception. It shoots 8MP stills and 720p video at 30f ps through a wide-angle Cart Zeiss lens. Unlike the N8. though, there's no HDMI-out.

Screen 3.9in, 480x854 capacitive AMOLED touchscreen
Processor 1 GHz single-core Cortex A8
OS MeeGo v 1.2
Storage 16GB or 64GB
Camera 8MP stills, 720p@30fps video
Connectivity 3G, A-GPS, Bluetooth,
EDGE, HSDPA, NFC, microUSB2.0, Wi-Fi


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