Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Nokia N9 Launches Soon: Nokia N9 Price in India

Nokia N9


Nokia N9 Launches Soon: N9 Price in India: Nokia announced Nokia N9 mobile, N9 phone launches soon. Nokia N9 phone is based on the MeeGo platform the Finnish phone maker developed with Intel Corp and Nokia. Nokia N9 will launch in this year 2011. And Nokia N9 has 3.9 inch high resolution and 8 megapixel camera and it has two versions 16GB version and 64GB version. Nokia N9 is the first mobile based on Linux MeeGo OS. Nokia N9 will comes with superb quality. And Nokia N9 has countless features, Nokia N9 launches soon in this year 2011. Nokia N9 will comes with purely touch screen and best in the quality.
Nokia N9
Nokia N9 Features and Specifications:
Meego 1.2 Harmattan OS
8 MP Carl Zeiss Camera with 4x Zoom
16GB internal memory (expandable up to 64GB)
2.5D Curved Gorilla Glass
720p HD Recording
1 GHz Processor
1 GB RAM
3.9 Capacitive AMOLED touchscreen
Standby time of 380 hours
Talktime of 660 mins
Weight: 135g
3264×2448 pixels resolution
802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi, 3G, Edge connectivity
Nokia N9 comes in 3 colors – Black, Cyan & Magenta
AMOLED screen with 16million colors
HD video recording at 1280×720 30 fps
Camera: Touch to focus and exposure lock,Automatic Motion Blur
Reduction
Dolby Headphone and Dolby Digital Plus support
USB Mass storage facility
Unique swipe interface
Nokia N9 models: Nokia N9 is in two models, those are 16GB or 64GB version.
Available Nokia N9 colors: Black, Magenta and Cyan.
Nokia N9 16GB Price in India: Nokia 16 GB mobile price is Rs. 30,000 ($660).
Nokia N9 64GB Price in India: Nokia 64 GB mobile price is Rs. 35,000 ($749).
Nokia N9 availability is not at announced, expected in this year.

Nokia N9

1 comment:

  1. The N9 has arrived. Functional units of Nokia's long-awaited MeeGo Smartphone have finally landed into our eager hands Check out http://bit.ly/kCbvMH
    It’s great news for developers… The Nokia N9 Smartphone, based on MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan, is an exciting addition to the range of Qt-powered phones from Nokia.
    The new Linux-based platform, called MeeGo, looks fantastic. It's fluid, smooth, and the "swipe" idea looks really interesting.

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