Nokia has announced the first MeeGo-based smartphone - Nokia N9. It will be available in three colors—black, cyan, and magenta—with 16GB and 64GB storage. But Nokia has already stated that is has largely abandoned Meego in favor of Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system. Still, the N9 is shaping up to be a pretty impressive device, and boasts some interesting design choices. The most intriguing feature on the Nokia N9 is a gesture called swipe. There is no home key on the phone—when you're in an application, swiping from the edge of the display will pull up your home screen. There will be three different home screen views, designed to focus on apps, notifications, and switching between activities.
The Nokia N9 features a 3.9-incled AMOLED screen made from scratch-resistant curved glass. According to Nokia, the N9's polycarbonate body enables improved antenna performance, which may result in better reception, better voice quality, and fewer dropped calls.
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