N9 | Nokia
Nokia is working on a three-year trial of white space networking in the Imperial War Museum in Cambridge, UK, which uses the unused spectrum to position people and deliver multimedia data based on their location.
Netbooknews reports today that Nokia has plans to launch not one, but two brand new MeeGo devices for emerging markets that don't yet have widespread access to the internet and smartphones. The site's source got the information from Nokia's Next Billion group, which is focused on building devices for, well, the next billion smartphone users.
We were teased with a video of Android 4.0 running on a Nokia N9 last month, and now an unofficial public alpha release of the OS for the N9 is available over at the NITDroid development forum.
Stefan Pannenbecker is the Vice President for Industrial Design at Nokia, where his job consists mostly of trying out a variety of crazy new ideas in search of the one or two that would help Nokia maintain its edge in design.
Our love affair with the Nokia N9's Harmmatan UI may soon be coming to an end, thanks to a pretty massive upgrade being cooked up for the 3.9-inch smartphone by the developer community: Android 4.0!
According to designer Tiina Aarras, Nokia's N9, Lumia 800 and Lumia 900 derive their distinctive shades of pink, blue and black from the CMYK color group
The 64GB white Nokia N9, which was spotted in Finland last week, is now officially available for €560. The company's also announced a MeeGo 1.1.1 update that adds Arabic support for North Africa and the Middle East.
Press images of Nokia's N9 smartphone utilizing its MeeGo OS.
More skill is required to get the best out of the N9′s camera than the typical smartphone. It has a few areas of distinct weakness, which you’ll want to be aware of and try to avoid, though they’re certainly offset by excellent results in the right circumstances.