The over-exposing Nokia N9 simply rouses our intensive interest in its Meego-based sibling, Nokia N950, a model which is only offered to those developers and sees no possibility to meet the masses. But still, chances are that quite a lot folks are eager to know what the dissimilarities are between Nokia’s top smartphones of Meego platform this year except the conspicuous different design: the unibody N9 and slide-out N950.
Compared with the gorgeous-looking N9 painted with bright color, Nokia N950 appears more suitable for business use due to its sober black color and aluminum case. In spite of the slide-out keyboard, no physical button is spotted below the touchscreen, which will bring the same touch experience as N9. … Continue
When it comes to the Nokia in recent days, our attention may be drawn on Nokia N9 or Nokia N950, the two awesome Meego-based smartphones that Nokia revealed in high profile just a couple of days ago, but we will also be interested in those unannounced. The rumored spy shots of Nokia N5, purportedly powered by updated Symbian Anna, tend to get off the wrap of this mystified device.
The popping-out of Nokia N5, a Symbian-based handset, seems to smash the rumor that Nokia N8 is the last phone of Nokia to run Symbian, but the modestly-specced N5 sees little hope to make a stir among a whopping impressive mobile phones stuck in the market. Based on the … Continue
The recent oft-exposed and worth-awaited Nokia-branded new devices now have all made their official debut on Nokia Connection 2011 taking place at the grand Marina Bay in Singapore. It seems too obvious that the much-anticipated Nokia N9 attracts most of the attention, a crucial offering presumably capable of dragging Nokia out of the current downturn. Well, Nokia N9, based on Meego operating system, is bestowed with snappy design and sound innards. The specs consisting majorly of a 1GHz OMAP330 processor, a PowerVR SGX530 GPU, 1GB of RAM, 16GB or 64GB of internal storage and an 8MP camera make Nokia N9 feel no shy in front of most of current dominating high-end smartphones.
What accompany this giant star are three … Continue
Chances are that quite a lot of us have ample curiosity about the mysterious phone that Nokia’s CEO, Stephen Elop, took out when he was interviewed by Wall Street Journal last week. Little is known about new device except the rumor that this Meego-based phone, possibly named as Nokia N950, might be announced at Nokia Connection Conference 2011, later this month. Now the leaked pictures offer us a better chance to take a good gander at this new thing.
Nokia N950 appears rather slender at every sight. Like Nokia E7, N950 will also have AMOLED touchscreen, but the screen resolution of 854*480 seems not so suitable for the N950′s unique ratio. Nokia N950 is reported to be powered … Continue