Nokia announced the N-series future phone, a phone that will be available in a variety of colors, but the interesting part is that it will not have Windows on it but MeeGo, an open-source operating system that was not released on any device until now.
N9 will have an 8 megapixel camera capable of shooting 720p, the memory between 16 and 64 GB, 1 GB RAM, 1 GHz CPU and 3.9 AMOLED display inch with a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels (no other buttons on the front). Like any self-respecting Smartphone will have a compass, accelerometer, proximity sensor and ambient light, the total weight of the device being 135g. And the software is said to support HTML5 browser, program navigation and support for Office documents.
The casing is made of polycarbonate and has the following dimensions: 116.5 x 61.2 x 12.1 mm. In addition, the screen is Gorilla Glass, so very strong.
The phone is made to support Facebook and Twitter directly from the operating system. In addition, on the media part, he stays very well: reads MPEG4-SP & ASP, H.264 BP/MP, WMV9/VC-1 and MKV formats.
An interesting function of the phone is that you can “tap” it for wireless connectivity. Tap the phone on the Wireless headset and will automatically connect to them.