Nokia N9 Teaser Video Appears, Is Running MeeGo Or Symbian

Posted: May 17 2011, 10:48am CDT | by , in Rumors | Mobile Phones

 
Nokia N9 Teaser Video Appears, Is running MeeGo or Symbian

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The Nokia N9 is still en route apparently.

The first time we reported about the Nokia N9 was back in July of last year. Lots of rumors have surrounded the Nokia N9. It is supposed to be the first MeeGo phone. Today a teaser video appeared on PocketNow, but the UI screens shown could also be from the latest Symbian release dubbed Anna. You can watch the fast paced teaser featuring several shots of the Nokia N9 below. Maybe Nokia is drumming up interest and is close to finally release the N9.

The state of Nokia is though confusing. What will be the main OS for Nokia going forward. All points to Windows Phone 7. Symbian was outsourced and the future of MeeGo is questionable. Microsoft is now even rumored to buy the Nokia Phone Unit.

The leaked specs from earlier this year suggested that the Nokia N9 has a 12MP camera. This gets confirmed in the video below. Other rumored specs include a 1.2 GHz processor, 768 MB of RAM and 1 GB of ROM.

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