Nowadays, Nokia is in talks for its Lumia lineup powered by Windows Phone 8 OS. But what about the evolutionary N9, one of the first handsets that was powered by the MeeGo platform? It seems like the Finnish smartphone vendor is working on a upgrade to N9 after stopping support to the handset.
According to a report by MyNokiaBlog citing inside sources, Nokia appears to be working on N9 Mini, which is obviously a smaller version of the . The report claims that the handset might be launched as a part of the Asha series handsets.
Nokia N9 - What Features to Expect?
When it comes to features, the report reveals that N9 Mini will have a menu screen, a notification screen and an application screen. Also, there are options to switch to different screens with swipe gestures and others like double tap to unlock.
Furthermore, the report also offers some information about the specs and features including a display with 240 x 320 pixel resolution, dual sim, Wi-Fi, 3G, a hardware button at front, a user interface similar to that of N9 with apps including clock, calendar, settings and more. Also, the handset is speculated to have a notification screen to keep updated on social networks.
If the above specifications are to be believed, N9 Mini will be an entry-level handset with the likes of Asha phones and it could pose a direct rivalry to the Samsung Rex lineup and other such low-end offerings available in the market.