Nokia, apple, Digital video, Nokia N8, Nokia N9, smartphones, Windows Phone 7 — June 21, 2011 9:34 — 1 Comment
Nokia N9: the lowdown for smart moviemakers
While talk of the Finnish mobile phone maker’s latest device is all about the last to be produced using its Meego operating system before switching to Windows Phone 7,
The N9’s unibody handset features no
As for hardwear, the N9’s 854 x 480 3.9-inch curved glass laminated AMOLED display could be a rival to Apple’s iPhone 4, apart from its pixel density: 251ppi vs Apple’s 326.
Throw into the mix a powerful 8mp camera with Carl Zeiss optics, HD video capture and a
Like its predecessor, the N8, it looks a good bet if you can’t afford an Apple.
Early reports say it comes with not quite aesthetically pleasing plastic body in cyan, black and magenta. There is also a choice of 16GB and 64GB Storage capacities.
Nokia abandoned plans in February to use MeeGo in its future smartphones, deciding to go with Microsoft’s Windows Phone as its future software choice
The Finnish company has led the smartphone market since 1996 when it launched the Communicator, but has lost ground to Apple iPhone and Google Android devices, and Asian rivals such as China’s ZTE and India’s Micromax.
The Nokia N9 is due on the market later this year.