Nokia released its latest smartphone in Meego Operating system named Nokia N9. It is nokia’s first smartphone to run the open sourced MeeGo operating system, a joint collaboration between Nokia’s Maemo project and Intel’s Moblin software.
This new smartphone from the flagship of Nokia has got amazing looks as it has got a 3.9-inch AMOLED display and its irresistible a curved design. The company disclosed that the new N9 will enter the market in three different colour options including Black, Cyan, and Magenta.
The Nokia smartphone will also be available in the two different variants that comes with storage space of 16GB and 64GB. The smartphone will ship with an 8-megapixel camera that allows for autofocus and HD-quality video capture.
Nokia has also put another exciting new swiping software to Nokia N9. This new feature allows the users to get out of any application on the smartphone, just through a single swipe from the edge of the display and move them back to the home screen.
In February, Nokia announced that it would be switching its focus to produce Windows Phone 7 powered smartphones for its premium devices. Its Symbian software that powers current smartphones, including the latest N8, C7 and E7 devices, will continue to be supported with both software updates, and a range of new models, (up to 10 new Symbian-based smartphones will be released within the next year) but Nokia’s “primary smartphone strategy” will be Windows Phone 7 smartphones.
Visit the Nokia N9 home page:Â http://swipe.nokia.com/