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Intel Atom MeeGo Phone (and Tablet) Spotted! (Also N9 to come in keyboard and keyboardless variants? N9-00 and N9-01?)

Check it out! It’s a MeeGo phone – an Intel Atom powered MeeGo phone spotted in Russia from unknown “Hi/Lo Vibrant”.

This is the second(?) Intel MeeGo phone that’s graced my eyes, the first being from Aava Mobile with Moorsetown. The early N9 leaked proto photos as far as we know are ARM based though it is known that Nokia will make Intel based MeeGo devices too.

Whilst we’re on the subject of Nokia N9 apparently there is more than one Nokia MeeGo phone (Cheers Adnan for the heads up!). Over at Mobile Review Forum:

dsmobile, a reliable source mentions: I have seen 1 more phone with Meego. Damn I sure love that design may be even so much that I need to skip HW qwerty

When asked by Cod3rror :So they are preparing another device Meego with qwerty physics beyond N9?

dsmobile replies: hardware qwerty slider models never sell as good as candybar touch phones. Nokia needs to bring both models running with Meego if they want sell Meego OS. I am pretty sure both models will come on stores about same time.

Keyboard and keyboardless N9? A bit like the N8 and E7. Will keyboardless N9 get a super camera? At least xenon? Or just be slim to attract masses? For goodness sake please let us NOT have EDoF ever in Nseries.


Also seen is a MeeGo based tablet. Nothing much else is known.

5MP camera of the hi/lo Vibrant MeeGo phone.

Via Engadget


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  1. Keith
    December 3, 2010 at 3:02 am

    Hmm, interesting. Whoever the hi/lo vibrant is by, the build quality isn’t that attractive. Looks very plasticky. Hopefully, the final design will be different…..not that I’m gonna buy it. I’m waiting for the N9.

    So if the N9-01, or whatever it might be called, is THAT good in terms of design, then I can’t wait to see it. Personally, I would prefer the Normal N9 with H/W QWERTY. but wouldn’t mind the keyboardless version if it has a better design and better camera. I hope it has a better than N8 cam. Coz nokia usually updates their cameraphone flagship every year and it’s always the N-Series with the best camera (N95 -2007, N82 – 2008, N86 – 2009, N8 – 2010).

    Fingers crossed

    • alexismil
      December 3, 2010 at 3:41 am

      Keith, if you have a Nokia N900 you’ll see that the hi/lo vibrant looks exactly as the n900, in fact im looking at mine and well, I love the design as I think my N900 is awesome, bulky, but awesome!

      • Keith
        December 3, 2010 at 4:40 am

        I don’t have an N900 (although I have used my friend’s) but I love the N900, even the look and feel of it. it doesnt feel very plasticky. the back on this phone looks awful (like the galaxy s phones). which is something i really hate about the phone. I mean, people go “HOLY CRAP!” when they see my N8. That’s the kind of build quality i’m looking for. But yeah, N900 is AWESOME, no doubt 🙂

  2. Average Joe
    December 3, 2010 at 7:19 am

    Won’t it be a development-only phone such as the Aava? I think it’s a bit too little “styled” to be a modern end-user product.

    • Jim
      December 3, 2010 at 10:30 am

      It’s more like a developers phone. Probably AAVA 2 🙂

  3. itwillbe
    December 3, 2010 at 3:50 pm

    its the same Aava device from MeeGo conferences

  4. MrSHiNRILLA
    December 3, 2010 at 9:02 pm

    With absolutley NO offence intended……

    NOKIA is taking da PISS!!

    Just give us some idea on what were waiting for. My phone is shite! i want a new phone and i want it to be a nokia with 10 times the computing POWER of the N900. For F*%k sake just make a big brother for the N900 already….. Ggrrrrrrrrrrahh!!!!

  5. Jed
    December 7, 2010 at 6:38 am

    I just want to see some goddamn hard facts about what we can expect.
    And I want to hear them within the next month, that’s only fair as we were originally promised the N9 by the end of 2010.
    I’m sick and tired of all the speculation….

  6. December 9, 2010 at 3:47 pm

    Good look Design

  1. December 3, 2010 at 6:10 pm

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