At the beginning, to be clear, specifications mentioned below are based on the rumors flooded on the net back in August 2010. Even the specs are unofficial and maybe not be correct.
Nokia has announced that they are working on their first MeeGo phone, back in February 2011 at MWC and yesterday promo video of new MeeGo phone leaked on the internet. So it is very likely that Nokia will officially announce their new “N950” soon. Also we can hope that it could be seen at San Francisco event next week (May 23-25, 2011). Just to mention, the video has been removed from Youtube today due to a copyright claim made by Nokia Corporation which confirms us that the device is for real.
Let’s start with specifications. For now, we know that there will be a 12MP camera with auto-focus and very possibly HD video recording at the back. We are not sure about the front camera yet. MeeGo OS will feature with the same custom Nokia icons that can be seen on Symbian Anna OS. The screen will be 4.0 inch long probably with same resolution as that of N900, which will be 480 x 800 pixels. There will also be a QWERTY keyboard available when it is slide opened. Rumors also say that phone will be powered by a 1 GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 200 GPU, Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon chipset with lots of memory, 64 GB storage, 512 MB RAM, 1 GB ROM.
Bluetooth, WiFi, 3G, 3.5mm audio jack have now become the standard features that should be available on the modern smart phones. So we could expect all those on N950. It is not sure if there will be a HDMI port but let’s hope that Nokia will include that in their checklist.
The phone will have Apple’s Mac’s style with white metal body and black keyboard. Hope it will look good (please leave your comments below).
All those written above are based on the video leaked on the internet and from the first photos of the phone that leaked earlier this year.
As of now we must wait for that SF event and hope Nokia will finally announce their first MeeGo phone and flushes out the rumors that Nokia will no longer support MeeGo Community, which we think has big potential in the future otherwise we wouldn’t have written this.