The rumors about Nokia will be backed up by Microsoft Windows have spread worldwide. However, Nokia has just launched the brand new Nokia N9 that seems to be a final MeeGo device for consumers before the company fills up its line ups with Windows Phones.
The Nokia N9 comes with a 3.9 inch 480 x 854 pixels touch display, 1 GHz TI OMAP processor, 1 GB of RAM, 16 or 64 GB internal storage, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, NFC support, and a 1450 mAh battery. As you all might have expected from the Nokia N9 (N9 can mean that it has relationship with N8), the N9 also has a very decent camera. The camera is an 8 MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics, dual LED flash, 720p video recording capability up to 30 FPS. It is quite interesting for someone who want a phone with capabilities to capture and shoot high quality pictures and videos.
Well, we already know that the Nokia N9 is quite a powerful phone with powerful camera. However, even though it has specs like a god, it is still not an Android phone. Then, how could the Nokia N9 appear here in a website about Android in the first place? That is a good question.
According to the developer, Steve Troughton-Smith, the Nokia N9 will ship with Alien Dalvik. It means that you can run Android apps in this MeeGo-based phone from Nokia. However, you still won’t have access to the official Android Market, but fear not, even though you don’t have access to official Android Market, you can still download Android apps from other places, such as the Amazon Appstore.tags: Android, Android Market, app, MeeGo, Nokia N9