IT'S ANOTHER SLAP in the face for Intel as Nokia's upcoming N9 smartphone appears to be using a Qualcomm chip and not Chipzilla's Moorestown platform in specifications that have appeared on a Chinese website.
Less than a week after photos appeared online on a Chinese website a document apparently detailing the technical specifications for the Nokia N9 has appeared.
According to the website the next Nokia smartphone will run on a Qualcomm 1GHz QSD8250 processor with 512MB of RAM, 1GB of NAND flash memory and 64GB of internal storage. The device will also have microSD removable media.
The device will have a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen and is reported to be running the first version of the Meego operating system that Nokia plans to use to replace the Symbian OS in its high-end smartphones, according to screenshots.
For connectivity the device will have HSPA+ cellular connectivity and will support 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 2.0 for peripheral devices. The specifications also indicate it can take 720p video at 30 frames per second. According to the leaked photos the handset will have a hard QWERTY keyboard.
The leaked product code matches those of Nokia's hardware prototype line, suggesting that this reliable data. µ
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