The Nokia N9 has a 3.9-inch AMOLED display, and relies entirely on touch gestures to interact with the user interface. Nokia refers to the new interface as "swipe."
The body of the N9 is made from curved polycarbonate, which Nokia says helps with cell signal reception, improves call quality, and results in fewer dropped calls. It can be used for turn-by-turn directions thanks to the GPS radio, and the inclusion of near-field communications means it can be used for tap-and-go payments.
On the entertainment side of things, the phone has an 8-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, and it can capture HD video. It can be used to watch 16:9 movies, and includes Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby Digital Headphones audio processing software for better sound. It will come with either 16GB or 64GB of internal storage, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and support for most of the world's 3G networks.
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