Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Nokia N9 opened Wishlist: Price 472 Euros

A month ago we were covering the official launch of Nokia N9. Nokia N9 is the first smartphone in the Finnish company’s portfolio to feature the brand new MeeGo operating system, but it seems that will also be the only one coming with this OS.

The news saying that Nokia N9 will be the only smartphone with MeeGo, made Nokia fans want it less, but a Nokia official assured the future customers of the device that the company will provide support for MeeGo, for a long period of time.
Although we expected Nokia N9, the first MeeGo smartphone to hit the market somewhere towards the end of the year, today we found out that N9 appeared in Russia, in the pre-order section of the Nokia official website.
We we first saw the specs of the new Nokia N9 we were not impressed: it comes with a 3.9-inch AMOLED display, 1GB of RAM, and 1GHz chipset, unfortunately not a member of the dual-core family. But once you look closer and see the browsing experience, the gesture control and the fluid user interface, you realize that Nokia N9 has all the requirements of a future sales hit.
Now that Nokia N9 is available for pre-order in Russia, we wonder when the MeeGo-powered device will hit other countries. The last time when the press rumored about Nokia N9, it was said that the device will be officially launched in September, with a price tag of $660 for the 16GB version of the smartphone.
The Nokia N9 pre-order availability in Russia was revealed after My Nokia Blog received a tip from one of their readers. We are eager to see Nokia’s official reaction about this news and also see if the N9 is really available for pre-order in the East European country.

But Nokia last month to the next higher level within the tanıtttığı MeeGo-based intelligentN9 Wishlist opened.

According to the information contained in the Nokia blog, which is one ofKazakhstan's most popular online selling sites Wishlist Technodom companyentered the list for the distribution of the model with the specified date August 26.When we look at the price, which is encountered in 99.990 euros on the basis ofKazakhstan Tenge'si corresponds to 472 euros. From this, if we possibly havebeen included in the model, taxes and other costs we anticipate will be sold around1,300 TL. Of course, yet impossible to say anything definitive.

N9' technical specifications are as follows:

MeeGo 1.2 operating system
TI OMAP 3630 (1 GHz) mobile processor

3.9-inch (854 x 480) AMOLED display using curved glass
116.45 x 61.2 x 12.1 mm, 135 grams
16/64GB of internal memory
HD (720p) video recording can back 8MP camera (with Carl Zeiss optics, auto.Focus, dual LED flash)
VGA front camera
Dolby Headphone and Dolby Digital + audio technologies support
3G (HSDPA 14.4Mbps), Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1 connections
GPS, NFC, micro-USB slot
1450 mAh battery


  1. Damn, can't wait to buy Nokia N9. It's simply the best smartphone Nokia ever made and if Nokia is stupid to use crappy Windows phone 7 for next phones it is likely to remain the best smartphone Nokia has made. I hope Nokia comes to their senses and goes forward with MeeGo OS, as I find it even better than Android.

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