Nokia N9 Review The Nokia N9 is the first MeeGo-powered smartphone from the Finns, and we certainly hope it won’t be the last because it’s actually a rather decent piece of kit.

The unibody polycarbonate chassis might feel a little plasticky to the touch, but it seamlessly integrates into the glass 3.9-inch OLED panel, which offers ClearBlack display technology to make the dark bits darker and the colours more vivid than ever before.

Nokia N9 Review TechRadar used our time with the phone wisely, and managed to bag some time for a quick video preview of the new Nokia N9 as well as the plethora of photos below:

Nokia N9 Review

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Like the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, the Nokia N9 design team has worked to improve the quality of the screen by bringing it closer to the glass, making it look darker than ever when the screen is turned off.

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Nokia N9 Review The chassis of the phone is pretty much free from buttons, save for the volume and power keys on the right hand side. There’s no physical home button, with Nokia preferring to use an innovative swipe gesture to navigate around.

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