The Nokia N9 has just been clearly leaked. This MeeGo-based smartphone was revealed in some startlingly clear photos leaked out to the folks at Unwired View (via foreign site Baidu). Hard specs are still unknown, but we can tell from the shots that this beast of a phone has a giant, widescreen display and a sliding QWERTY keyboard.
A front-facing camera is also evident, and a flash-packing camera takes its place in the rear. Nokia has had some serious trouble getting out a smartphone that can compete with the iPhone and newer Android devices, but it looks like they may have hit one out of the park with the N9. This thing is gorgeous. And huge.
Man, getting a taste of those specs would be sweet. Hopefully, good things will come to those who wait...
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