Nokia N9 with POWERVR SGX

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The Nokia N9 is the successor of the N900. This new model is touch based, with only buttons for the power, volume and the camera – the phone is even locked via the touch screen.

N9 uses the Nokia MeeGo OS which is an amalgamation of Memo and Intel’s Moblin. The N9 utilises three home screens to navigate through applications with sweeping and pinching actions.

The N9 features the TI OMAP3630 core with POWERVR SGX enabling the high performance graphics capabilities of the UI and many applications available.

Nokia also announced a new speaker, the Nokia play 360, which is fully compatable with the N9. Both the phone and the speaker use NFC and tap of the phone on the speaker pairs the two devices.

The Nokia 360 will be available in Q3 2011 for $213 (£147).

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