Nokia’s recently revealed MeeGo powered handset could be with us by the end of the month sporting a stunning white hue and featuring a massive 64GB of storage.
The first handset from the Finnish phone manufacturer to run the Linux-based MeeGo operating system the Nokia N9 was officially unveiled earlier in the year sporting a colourful slim-line form factor that has done away with physical buttons in favour of a 3.9-inch AMOLED multitouch display.
Whilst Nokia has taken its sweet time in bringing the MeeGo handset to the UK it looks as though not only will it finally be making an appearance but also in the rather tasty form factor you can see above. Sharing many of it's design cues of course is the Nokia Lumia 800, Nokia's first Windows Phone 7 handset which Nokia is calling the first 'true' Windows Phone 7 smartphone.
Completing the Nokia N9 specs, the high-end handset is set to pack an 8-megapixel rear-mounted camera with Carl Zeiss lens and 720p HD video recording capabilities as well as a second forward-facing VGA snapper and a 64GB storage option.