Nokia N9 Specs Review: Ads Video Leaks With 12MP Camera Confirmed

Posted By Dupont on May 18, 2011
in Product News

Although Nokia N9, the hot rumored and the first MeeGo Smartphone of Nokia hasn’t been official released, we can still feel it is get nearer and nearer to us. Especially when a Nokia N9 ads video leaked online, it once again became the focus of our eyes.

(1). Side-slider with QWERTY keyboard

We are not sure whether the name of this Smartphone with the code RM-680, is Nokia N9 or Nokia N950 now. But from the video, we can figure out it is a side-slider with QWERTY keyboard under the screen.

Nokia N9: QWERTY Keyboard

(2). MeeGo System

The Nokia N9 was always rumored as running whatever version of MeeGo is latest, but this video suggests the user interface will be heavily influenced by Symbian Anna.

Nokia N9: MeeGo System

(3). 12MP camera

To make it more competitive and enhance the flagship identity, Nokia has equipped Nokia N9 with 12MP camera as it’s been present in previous leaks. We also see that it’s got a 28mm wide-angle Carl Zeiss lens, an aperture of F2.8 and a dual LED flash, much like Nokia N8. If not accidental, the Nokia N9 will feature with 1.2GHz Intel Atom Processor.

Nokia N9: 12MP camera

(4). 4.2-inch touch-screen

The Nokia N9 will probably improve the screen size up to 4.2-inch with 1080p HD playback and HDMI HD video output. So it will give users sparkling experience when watching movies, photos, web browsing or viewing PowerPoint on Nokia N9. Besides, the Nokia N9 will be strictly controlled to as thin as 14.2mm and weight less than 150g with a 1320mAh battery.

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