Nokia unveiled the N9 last night in Singapore as the successor to the N8.
The new design strips all buttons from the face of the device, replacing the home button a universal ‘swipe’ gesture that takes users back to the main screen. It has an 8 megapixel camera and is reportedly only a shave thicker than the iPhone 4.
Other design features include the strip of metal down the back and the signature tapered edges as seen on the N8.
The device is powered by Meego – an operating system born of the collaboration between Nokia and Intel – rather one of the hyped Windows devices we’re expecting. It seems almost that Nokia are getting this Meego device out of the way before releasing a slew of Windows 7.5 phones, expected sometime before the end of the year.
No price or date announced as yet.
More pictures below…