Monday, 7 November 2011

Nokia N9

As mobile war continuous Nokia has released a gracious phone Nokia N9 running a fresh compelling new operating system; MeeGo, a Linux derivative, and not Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 OS and build in with Near Field Communication (NFS). It has a 3.9" Gorilla Glass AMOLED capacitive display with 854 x 480 res., a 1GHz CPU, 16 gigs of internal storage and a sealed 1450 mAh battery. The battery is sealed and there is no microSD card slot, but the N9 comes with either 16GB or 64GB of built-in flash storage from £519.95 in United Kingdom. Fit and finish are top-notch, and the 135g (4.76oz) device feels solid and comfortable in hand, with almost the exact same footprint as the familiar iPhone 4.
The Nokia N9 is available in black, cyan and magenta, for the time being, and will soon will be in stock in virginal white; that sounds great. Further more, Nokia also announced a Q4 software update for MeeGo, introducing music controls keys on the lock screen, the ability to close apps by swiping down, and NFC tag reading.

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