Electronic blog publishes new ‘teaser’ images of Nokia’s upcoming flagship handset.
An e-blog called Negri Electronics has published a couple of ‘in-the-wild’ snaps of Nokia N9, the mobile gaint’s successor to the very popular N900.
While the blog refrains from dolling out detailed specs (saving it up for their review), we can clearly see some of the earlier rumors were correct: there is a 8MP camera with dual-LED flash, a front facing camera with LED flash, a QWERTY keypad with comfy-looking raised keys, a nHD display and also support for North Amercian 3G (850/1900).
The peculiar thing about the pictures is that it shows the N9 running on Symbian OS. We know that Nokia intends to ditch Symbian all together for the N-series phones. So, this looks like a prototype model or an early review build. Nokia had confirmed that N9 will run its latest operating system MeeGo when it releases.