Nokia has officially canned the MeeGo-powered Nokia N9. But fear not Nokia fanbois – if there’s any of you left – it has a replacement in the form of the Nokia N950.
The Nokia N950, which is reported to be a follow up to 2009’s Nokia N900, will feature a MeeGo operating system, 1.2GHz processor and 768MB of RAM.
The N950 is also expected to feature a 12-megapixel camera.
That said, with all the Windows Phone 7 developments within Nokia it’s hard to really see anyone taking MeeGo seriously. After all, one analyst recently described it as the “biggest joke in tech”.
Either way, it looks like Nokia – in true Nokia-style – is pressing on with the Nokia N950 regardless.
We’re not expecting much to be honest, but it’ll no doubt be a big deal for all the tech-heads out there much like the Nokia N900 was, despite it poor mainstream reception.