Sep 05

Nokia N9 Announced, Runs Meego 1.2


Wow.  That’s all I really have to say about the Nokia N9.  It’s so pretty and the hardware sounds impressive.  Of course, the fact that it runs Meego 1.2 really puts a damp on the whole business.
Announced during Nokia’s Singapore event yesterday, the handset drops the mini-computer aesthetic the Finnish company seemed to be enamored with.  In its place comes a stylish slate form factor with a polycarbonate unibody shell and a Gorilla Glass curving elegantly out in front.  Oh yeah, there’s no home button, with navigation to the home screen achieved by swiping in from any side of the UI.
Details of the Nokia N9 include a 3.9-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen (854 x 480 resolution), an 8.0 megapixel camera module (with Car Zeiss lens and dual LED flash), a front-facing webcam, aGPS, NFC, WiFi, 3G with HSPA, Bluetooth 2.1, built-in storage (16GB and 64GB versions will be available) and a 1,450mAh battery.  Muscle is provided by a 1GHz ARM processor, paired with 1GB of RAM.
The first (and probably last) smartphone running the Linux-based Meego OS, this device makes for an interesting proposition.  On the one hand, both the hardware and software look great.  On the other, you’ll probably get very few apps beyond what’s already on board (unless some manufacturer magically takes the torch from Nokia and sells millions of Meego smartphones).
If Nokia released the N9 as their first Windows Phone 7 handset, we have no doubt it could be an instant star.  With “dead in the water” Meego at the helm, though, it’s hard to imagine finding that many takers.  Still, imagining this kind of hardware running WP7 gets me somewhat excited.


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