The N9 is Nokia's first Meego (1.2) phone - and it sports a 3.9" AMOLED display (854x480, we're not sure if it's a CBD display), 16 to 64 GB memory, 1GB RAM, Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi, compass and GPS. There's a 8mp F2.2 camera capable of 720p video. The phone is 'wrapped' in a polycarbonate shell and comes in three colors. Applications are Qt 4.7 compatible and HTML5 support in built in.
Nokia says that the screen is made from scratch-resistant curved glass.
Nokia will only launch the N9 in selected countries - and not in the US. The phone is now shipping: The 16 GB model costs €480 (around $650) while the 64 GB model costs €560 ($755). Amazon.com does offer it unlocked - but it's listed as "unavailable" now.
3.9" 854x480 AMOLED