While Nokia has not confirmed the N9, the handset almost certainly exists, and it likely looks like in the photo below (this is an image leaked back in August, so things may have changed since then):
Apart from the fact that it runs MeeGo, has a sliding keyboard and a video-calling camera, we don’t know much about the N9. However, new info about it has appeared over at Prosessori (Finnish website), which claims that the upcoming smartphone will have an Intel Atom processor clocked at 1.2GHz (no dual core goodness, it seems).
The Finnish website also says the N9 will have the same 12MP camera included in the N8, and that Nokia plans to officially announce it at MWC 2011 next month, in Barcelona. We will be there to see if that’s true.
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