Monday, June 27, 2011

Nokia N9 : The first MeeGo-based device

At the 11th Nokia Connection event in Singapore, Nokia introduced the N9.
Nokia N9 is the companies first MeeGoo-based device.
N9 is the first-ever pure touch smartphone from the Finnish company and focuses on making things simple.
It is the world’s first pure touch screen phone without any front-facing buttons at all. You unlock the phone by just double-tapping the screen.

People at Nokia have created an industrial design, Nokia N9 has a beautiful one-piece, unibody design where the hardware and software fit together seamlessly.
It has a 3.9" curved AMOLED display. Nokia has used the Clear Black Display technology, which means that the black looks sharper and improves direct sunlight visibility. Nokia uses Gorilla glass to cover this excellent display.
The body of the Nokia N9 is made from the best polycarbonate material, enabling superior antenna performance. This means no death grip issues seen on some smartphones available in the market today.

Three Home Views:
The user interface in Nokia N9 is designed with making things simpler for people. This is why there are three recognizable home views arranged in a carousel:

    Applications for launching and organizing your apps.
  1. Events for social networking feeds and notifications for calls, texts, calendar events, etc.
  2. Open applications for switching between all live apps you have used recently.
  3. You can pinch and zoom the screen to see either four or nine open app icons. In fact, the Nokia N9 delivers the best multitasking experience on any phone!
Powerful Camera:
The camera on the N9 is a 8MP auto focus camera. It uses a Carl Zeiss optics lens, dual LED flash.
It is worlds first super wide 28mm lens.
It captures video at 720p with continuous auto focus at 30fps.
You can share your photos via MMS, email, NFC and many online services including Flickr and Facebook.

Dolby Sound:
Dolby Headphone and Dolby Digital Plus support on the Nokia N9 turns regular stereo audio into personal surround sound on any headphones – first on any mobile phone.

Pairing between NFC-enabled accessories is easier than ever before – you do Bluetooth pairing only once and after that you can connect to them just by touching. You can also share content like photos or business cards via NFC.

The list of countries Nokia N9 will be available are Austria, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Malaysia, New Zealand, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, UAE, Vietnam.

Unfortunately India is missing from this list.

For more images you can visit Nokia N9!

For complete Nokia N9 specifications you can visit this link.

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