Latest N9 phone, the long-awaited successor to N8 of Nokia, is at last exposed in Singapore, but no indication of new Windows Phone handsets so far.
Concerned smartphone huge Nokia has exposed a variety of latest handsets counting the new flagship gadget of the company, the n9. Featuring an ‘all-screen’ design, the phone changes a home button with a universal ‘swipe’ signal that gets users back to the gadgets main screen from wherever they are in its operating system.
Head of Design of Nokia, Marko Ahtisaari said, “The details that make the Nokia N9 unique – the industrial design, the all-screen user experience, and the expressive Qt framework for developers – will evolve in future Nokia products.”
The company has so far established some of the long-awaited Windows Phone handsets that it says it will release by the last part of the year. Stephen Elop, Nokia chief executive said, “Earlier this year, we outlined a comprehensive strategy to change our course. Innovation is at the heart of our strategy, and today we took important steps to demonstrate a new pace of innovation at Nokia. It’s the beginning of a new era for Nokia.”
Prior this month Nokia pronounced considerably lessen profits and operating margins, which sent its allocation costs further down.
The company as well released reasonable models named the C2-02, C2-03 and C2-06 utilizing Symbian Series 40. They built-in dual and single-sim choices, which are accepted in up-and-coming markets where Nokia is still tremendously accepted and together, touch screen and keypad choices. They are as well the first Nokia handset to feature mapping with Symbian Series 40, which the company expects will as well appeal to customers in the developing world.
The N9 as well features an 8mp camera, near-field communication technology and up to 64gb of storage with standard of Nokia turn-by-turn navigation software. It said the newly pronounced ‘Anna’ – Nokia opens latest Symbian Anna OS AND X7 AND E6 smartphones, update will be accessible following month. No costs for the N9 have so far been proclaimed.