Nokia N9: Hot or not?

Posted by Arseny Vesnin on 22 06 2011 23:43 · in Design, STAFF PICKS

Nokia is trying to catch the wind of changes and after their decision to fire 7000 employees by 2013 (mostly all Symbian OS teams) they suddenly jumped over the bar and hanging on it with the help of the teeth. I really hope their newborn Nokia N9 will be a base to something new and fresh! Just take a look at the photos made by Laura Jul and read more details under the cut.

The new smartphone is called Nokia N9 – and with N9 everything is just a swipe away. So they say on their website. And so it is!

  • The operating system is MeeGo – which is created by Nokia and Intel
  • It’s the very first smartphone without any buttons on the front
  • It’s a simple design – in either black, pink or turquoise
  • There’s no air between the vivid 3.9” AMOLED display and glass
  • You can shoot HD video with the 8 MP camera with wide-angle Carl Zeiss optics and dual-LED flash
  • You buy more apps from Ovi Store
  • And blah blah blah… you can check out more here

The story behind N9 design


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