12 megapixel camera, new Ovi services and stunning design detailed.
The Nokia N9’s, Espoo’s much leaked flagship MeeGo handset, was cancelled once the Finnish phone maker got into bed with Microsoft and Windows Phone 7. But the intrepid mobile watchers at Pocket Now have managed to get hold of a never released ad for the top-end device.
The clip, which can be seen below, gives a quick look at a phone that many believed would save Nokia before Microsoft swooped. It has a 12 megapixel camera to match the Symbian-packing N8, Ovi services including Maps and Drive and, of course, the MeeGo OS running atop a stunning touchscreen.
There’s a slideout keyboard, just as spy shots had suggested, as well as a virtual panel that looks much sharper than that found on current versions of Symbian.