Nokia's newest N9, which is running on the MeeGo operating system, is one of the well-crafted smartphones ever made by the company. Nokia, however, will not be launching the new device in the U.S.
The 3.9-inch N9 is the one and only MeeGo-based smartphone from Nokia as the company is now moving to new Microsoft Windows-based devices to tackle threat from Android and iOS.
The device features 480 x 854 pixels AMOLED capacitive touchscreen that has a Gorilla glass display and Anti-glare polarizer. The device has a built-in rear 8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, dual LED flash and a secondary front-facing camera for video calls.
Powering the device is a 1GHz Cortex A8 CPU, PowerVR SGX530 GPU, TI OMAP 3630 chipset and is the only smartphone after Apple' iPhone 4S to come in both 16 and 32 GB storage, although the N9 has 1 GB of RAM. The device also boasts of NFC technology, although an external card slot is missing.
Here's a look at how the device is actually made.