The Nokia N9 Release Date Rumours

Posted on Jan 12 2011 - 9:01pm by Richard Sharp

One mobile phone which we are eagerly looking forward to this year is Nokia N9.

There have been plenty of rumours about its features and launch date doing the rounds for quite some time now, and the latest one mentions the upcoming Mobile World Congress in the middle of February in Barcelona as being the time and place when Nokia will reveal its latest phone to the public.

 After this official unveiling of the Nokia N9 it is expected to be put on sale in Europe in April of this year.

From what he know about the new phone so far it would seem to have a big 4.2 inch screen, 768MB of RAM, a powerful 1.2 GHz processor and a hugely enticing 12 megapixel camera. It is also expected to be a top gaming phone with capabilities which, according to the speculation we have seen to date, could blow away the competition.

With these specifications it is no wonder that the industry and the public have been looking forward to this one for a long time, as it could bring with it another big advance in mobile phone technology. There is no word yet on the expected price but you can expect it to be fairly hefty.

It is expected that the Nokia N9 will be the standard bearer for the link up with the Intel MeeGo operating system which will move Nokia away from Symbian and into a position from which they can more strongly challenge the Android and Apple operating systems.

With the CES 2011 not long finished it is now a question of sitting tight, sifting through the new waves of rumours and waiting to see if the big Barcelona bash is where we finally get to find out if the specs we have quoted here are accurate. If they are then this phone is going to be huge. Will 2011 be the year of the Nokia N9 dominance? 

Via: Gaj-it

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