Unveiling the N9, Nokia gets microSIM
June 23rd, 2011 by Dipak Sarda


Nokia seems to be striking back the right notes just when it was being written off thanks to its ability to deliver great handsets time and again. N9, the latest device from the Finnish mobile major looks like a very good Smartphone on paper.

Powered by the MeeGo OS, it has the biggest display and highest resolution so far for any Nokia phone ( 3.9 inch, 854 x 480 pixels ). N9 is going to be the first Meego powered phone and looks like the Apple iPod Touch in its rectangular form. The handset will sport cyan, pink and black colours.

It comes with 1GB RAM, 16GB in-built storage capacity and it can support four-band GSM support as well as five-band CDMA support. NFC, Bluetooth, microUSB port, Wi-Fi network, and AV connector are all available for connectivity.

There is not HDMO port or microSD card reader though. The handset has microSIM card slot just like the Apple iPhone. N9 has an 8 MP camera with double LED flash, and Carl Zeiss optics.

N9 will have 11 hours talk time on GSM, abd 7 hours on 3G while the standby time will be 380 and 450 hours respectively.

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