Is this the Nokia N9 handset in real? Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia is on its way to announce its new Maemo-based handset, the Nokia N9 at the Nokia Connection event in Singapore’s CommunicAsia 2011. The folks over PocketNow have outed a few rendered images of the Nokia N9. Surprisingly, this Nokia N9 isn’t the QWERTY slider, that we saw previously in the leaked images, but rather, it’s sporting a flamboyant candybar form factor, running with MeeGo operating system on board, which has been under development for quite sometime. Here we can see the slim body of this Nokia N9 and it should come in pink, blue, and black shades colored editions.
Currently, we don’t have a lot of details of this handset to work with. According to sources, Nokia N9 will be having a 4-inch FWVGA capacitive touchscreen with the resolution of 960 x 540 pixels, 64GB of storage, HDMI-connector. The handset should be having a dual-LED flash equipped 8MP camera on the back, but many source are claiming that there would be a 12MP camera sensor with 28mm wide-angle Carl Zeiss lens.
Read: Nokia N9 Full Specifications.
Recently, a new mobile phone has made an appearance on the Nokia’s Vietnamese website’s homepage, where the name of Nokia N9 “Lankku” was spied in the source code. We are just a few hours away from the event. We will let you know all the details of the Nokia N9 as soon as we get official updates.
We don’t have the info on the exact release date and price details as of now. We believe that Nokia N9 might hit the Vietnam markets at around $624 for a SIM-free and unlocked version.
[Source: Pocket Now]