At Nokia Connection Event, current held in Singapore, company has announced a new set of mobile breed running on –once Nokia’s future smartphone platform – MeeGo. Today company has introduced new Nokia N9 (also known as Lankku) running on MeeGo platform. Nokia N9 is a solid slab of AMOLED screen (854 x 480) without any button or keyboard of any kind – apart from volume button.
The phone will be available in two versions – 16 GB and 64 GB. Nokia N9 will also behaving 1 GB of RAM wrapped in polycarbonate shell colored all the way through, so dings and scratches won’t show unless its deep.
N9 is also equipped with NFC and GPS which give it an extra edge compare to other available models in market currently. For camera lovers, It has 8 megapixel wide-angle shooter rear camera with Carl Zeiss lenses which is capable of aperture F2.2 for low light picture taking and true 16:9 720p video recording.
In all-and-all Nokia N9 measures 116.45- x 61.2- x 7.6-12.1mm and weighs 135 grams, with a battery capable of lasting up to 50 hours (music), 4.5 hours (720p video), or between seven and 11 hours (GSM).
Here are a couple of official images of Nokia N9 released by the company and post to this an introductory video.[nggallery id=8]
The N9 has arrived. Functional units of Nokia’s long-awaited
MeeGo Smartphone have finally landed into our eager hands Check out http://bit.ly/kCbvMH
It’s great news for developers… The Nokia N9 Smartphone,
based on MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan, is an exciting addition to the range of
Qt-powered phones from Nokia.
The new Linux-based platform, called MeeGo, looks fantastic.
It’s fluid, smooth, and the “swipe” idea looks really interesting.