Nokia N6: Nokia’s Revolutionary Device

Nokia has finally put an end to its indefinite leave from the bandwagon of the best smart phones of today.  The consequent devices that it will soon release have finally made a big leap in terms of software and hardware upgrade. Once this baby gets All heads will gear towards Nokia for they have finally gave birth to a match to the smart phone platforms of today.


The Nokia N6 is preloaded with a lot of good stuff that you would expect from an Android and iPhone device.  In contrast to its plastic build, it is sturdy and durable because the plastic is made of premium polycarbonate.  AMOLED claimed as one of the world’s tantalizing screens available in the mobile market of today flaunts an impressive clarity even under direct sunlight. This device packed with this type of cutting edge screen (3.9″ curved FWVGA AMOLED) is sure to stand out from the battle.  You’ll definitely enjoy a rich audio experience with its Dolby support as well.

Talking about its internal physical components, you’re guaranteed that it can run loads of heavy apps with it s 1GHz Cortex A8 CPU.  Plus its 1GB RAM is sure to support a number of apps running at the same time, this makes Nokia N9 a great multitasking buddy.  You can also store astronomical amount of files with its 16GB and 64GB internal storage which covers up for its lack of external storage media.


One of the bad points to start with in this device is its build, it’s solely made of plastic which doesn’t give that much of a decent look.  Its support for the Microsim could be considered as a disadvantage because users won’t be able to use their standard sim cards anymore with this.


It’s core runs on 1GHz Cortex A8 CPU with 1GB RAM.  This makes it possible for the device to run on Meego  v1.2 Harmattan. The OS have transitioned to a brand new look, the good old Nokia feel is still there and still giving its users a friendly hello with its easy to navigate interface.  This new Open Source Platform experience is similar to what Google and Apple have show everyone with their smart phones.

In terms of appearance this new chick on the block puts aside all the non-sense and means serious business.  The sleek form and appealing design (which is not much design at all) perfectly delivers what it is meant to serve its audience – the convenience and functionality in a smart phone.

Everything that you need are packed on its 3.9” AMOLED screen, even the hard buttons.  The absence of hard buttons is not a lapse, but rather a cutting edge integration of the hardware functions into its software.  You can easily lock and unlock the screen with just some clicks on the screen and the home, back and menu buttons are never the less accessible despite of the lack of physical buttons.

On the top left portion of this neat handset you’ll find a standard 3.5mm jack which accommodates any universal headsets.  On its right (on the middle) a micro usb port can be found while on the top right lays the microSIM slot.  This is the 2nd smart phone yet to supports a microsim just like the iPhone4.  When you look at the phone’s front aside from the screen, you’ll only find a secondary camera that can be used for video calls.  On the right side you’ll find a pretty nifty volume rocker and power button.

The back of this handset boast an 8 megapixel camera equipped with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus and dual LED flash. Added feature loaded on its camera is the geotagging, face-detection and touch-focus. While its video recording capability keeps up with the competition packed with a 720p on 30 fpm making it a HD shooter as well. While it can keep you entertained with music for 50 straight hours.

This handset is packed with Li-Ion 1450 mAh which can support 7hrs of 3G calls and 2 hrs of 2G calls, while standby time can run upto 380hrs on 2G mode and up to 450hrs on 3G mode.


Basing on its overall features, Nokia is all set to race with Google and iPhone on the market.  It will only take a matter of time before we’ll find out whether the release of the Nokia N9 will turn into an epic attempt  into the mobile handset battle or not.

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