By Anton D. Nagy | October 26, 2011 7:41 AM
Nokia has officially unveiled the N9 as the “first-ever pure touch smartphone” back in June (now, four months after, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus can say it’s “pure-touch” phone too) and it doesn’t run Symbian nor Windows Phone but MeeGo.
With a 3.9-inch curved glass AMOLED display of FWVGA resolution (854 x 480 pixels), the N9 is powered by a Texas Instruments OMAP3630 1GHz CPU aided but a PowerVR SGX530 GPU. There’s 1GB RAM on board as well as either 16GB in the model which we are currently unboxing.
Nokia threw in a microUSB syncing and charging cable, a wall charger, a pair of headphones, a silicone case which snaps on the back of the phone for protection as well as the usual literature. Check it out below: