Nokia might be bringing only one MeeGo-powered smartphone to the market, but it seems that it will still be a handset to remember.
There are flocks of enthusiasts who can hardly wait for the device to hit shelves, and those living in Finland already rushed to pre-order the smartphone, and exhausted the entire stock in only a few days after the reservations period kicked off.
The 64GB model was at high demand at Nokia's Flagship Store in Helsinki, yet those who consider that 16GB of internal memory will suffice can still find a unit to reserve, it seems
For a handset that will have no successor, the pre-order demand seems encouraging for the time being, that's for sure.
Of course, we're talking about Nokia
's own country here, and things might not be as encouraging in other markets around the world, though the hype around this device has been pretty high until now.
For those out of the loop, we should note that the Nokia N9 packs a 3.9-inch touchscreen AMOLED display that can deliver an FWVGA resolution (854 x 480 pixels), with no buttons on the front.
The handset is powered by a Texas Instruments OMAP3630 1GHz CPU, complemented by a PowerVR SGX530 GPU and 1GB of RAM.
The phone comes with either 16GB or 64GB of internal memory, and sports an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with dual LED flash and support for 720p HD video recording.
The handset also comes with the usual connectivity options packed inside, including WiFi, 3G or Bluetooth, as well as with a complete set of sensors.
is based on the MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan platform and offers support for a wide range of games and applications, as well as for navigation services, courtesy of a built-in GPS receiver.
The most appealing part of this device is the fact that it sports an all-touch design, meaning that users do not need touch or hardware buttons to make calls, navigate on the Internet or through applications, launch or close them, and the like. (via