If you were non-plussed by the news that Nokia would be shacking up with Microsoft for the majority of their forthcoming smartphone releases (using the big M’s Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system), this morning delivered news that will likely raise a smile. Nokia have officially revealed the N9 smartphone, their first mobile offering to pack in the Meego OS that the copany had once pinned their hopes on.
A buttonless phone with a swipe-happy UI, it features an 8MP camera and 3.9 inch AMOLED touchscreen.
You can find a more detailed run-down of the specs by clicking here, but for now, check out the phone in all its multi-coloured glory below.
By Gerald Lynch | June 21st, 2011