Meego, an open mobile platform jointly developed by Nokia and Intel, is getting its first mobile phone in the form of the Nokia N9. With the unique “no front buttons” design of the Nokia N9, swipe gestures is the focus of the Meego design. From navigating the three home screens (notifications, main screen, running apps) to switching and accessing mobile apps, the Meego design lets users do things with a simple swipe.
The Nokia N9 is made of a single piece of polycarbonate that has been machine precisioned and seamlessly integrated with a curved glass. The 3.9-inch AMOLED screen is made from scratch-resistant curved glass. The N9 is equipped with an 8-megapixel Carl Zeiss autofocus camera with a wide-angle lens. It is capable of capturing HD-quality video capture and the large lens aperture provides great pictures even in lowlighting conditions. The Nokia N9 is also the world’s first smartphone with Dolby® Digital Plus decoding and Dolby Headphone post-processing technology.