Right after officially dropping off Symbian as its primary mobile platform, Nokia announced its first Meego OS-based smartphone, the Nokia N9. I must say that Nokia is finally learning how to evolve.
Awesome aesthetics and screen sophistication are Nokia N9’s best offerings.
Here are my picks among its features:
- 3.9-inch curved scratch-resistant AMOLED screen
- Multi-touch gestures (swipe, reverse pinch to zoom, etc.)
- Near-Field Communication (NFC)
- First smartphone with Dolby Digital Plus
- And of course, the minimalist design!
- 8-megapixel Carl Zeiss autofocus camera
- Up to 64GB internal storage
- Pre-loaded applications (Skype, Facebook, Vimeo, Twitter, AccuWeather, FourSquare, etc.)
- One-piece polycarbonate body
Whatever application you’re using, a simple swipe from the edge of the screen takes you home. This eliminates even the lone HOME button that Apple keeps.
N9 will be available to the general market later this; for sure it will be a hit to Nokia lovers.
More info at http://swipe.nokia.com