The Nokia N9 smartphone has finally been unveiled by the Finnish company.
Nokia's Windows phone was previously just an early concept, but now the N9 phone has come into reality. This will be the company's first MeeGo (Linux-based operating system) device and it sports a 3.9-inch AMOLED screen, 16GB/64GB on-board memory and 1GB RAM. There's also going to be an 8-megapixel camera and its battery life will last up to 50 hours with music and 4.5 hours with video. All of this will be wrapped in a vibrant polycarbonate shell.
So far, the Nokia N9 looks promising in terms of design and specs. How well it will perform remains to be seen. Look for this to come out later this year.
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