Nokia has released the N9
based on the MeeGo 1.2 hartmann platform, in stylish packaging, fast hardware and a Linux-based system. In a series of small review articles, we will cover all parts of this phone.
This is the most beautiful phone created, seriously. Yes, before we could say that about iPhones or, God forbid, HTC, but now the coolest is Nokia N9. And believe me, in the pictures he looks a little worse than in life. He manages to be elegant due to his minimalism, impeccable proportions, thickness. Everything in this phone is beautiful and beautiful.
The device is made of a single piece of polycarbonate, which was specially ground (not poured) to form N9. The finish looks matte and feels similar to anodized aluminum. A black version was selected for the review, but there are also blue and red versions - the possible output of the green device was also reported. The back wall of the device is slightly convex and has an oval chrome oval with an eight megapixel camera with autofocus from Carl Zeiss and a dual LED flash. The front side of the phone is completely without buttons, only with a small speaker slot. Gorilla curved glass form the perfect protection for the 3.9-inch FWVGA (854x480) ClearBlack AMOLED display. The screen is amazing and looks nicer than on the Samsung SII.
From the front you can also see the Nokia logo, as well as light sensors, LEDs for the charge indicator and front camera. The sides of the phone are rounded and on the right side you can see several chrome keys. A speaker and microphone are located along the lower and upper sides of the unit. The battery is protected and there is no MicroSD card slot, but the N9 comes with 16 GB or 64 GB of internal flash memory, which should be enough for everyone, and we got used to the batteries wired into the device thanks to Apple. The fit and finish are chic and all 135 grams of the device feel just fine in the hand.