The last few years haven't been kind to Nokia, a company that's had its lunch eaten by pretty much every other smartphone maker as its continued churning out cheaper phones for the developing world. But it's looking to get back in the smartphone game with the N9.
Now, this isn't a Windows Phone, even though Nokia is set to start selling Windows Phones in the coming months. Instead, this is one of the last phones to come loaded with Nokia's own MeeGo OS. That alone is probably a dealbreaker for many people, who want to buy into an entire app ecosystem rather than just get a shiny device that works on its own.
But despite that, the N9 does look to be a rater attractive touchscreen phone. It's apparently designed for one-handed use, although I'm not sure what that entails. We'll surely be seeing more of this in the not-too-distant future.