Nokia has presented the Nokia N950 along with the MeeGo-based Nokia N9. The Nokia N950 is based on the same operating system, but is designed for developers only, so it will not reach the market.
The Nokia N950 is in fact the early prototype of the Nokia N9, rumored since last year. The device is a slider with a touchscreen and QWERTY-keyboard, enclosed in an aluminum case. However, the manufacturer has not provided official images, only a list of differences from the Nokia N9.
Here are the differences between the Nokia N950 and the Nokia N9:
- The Nokia N950 is larger, and its body is made of aluminum, while the N9 is made out of polycarbonate
- The Nokia N950 has a sliding QWERTY keyboard, while the Nokia N9 has only a touchscreen
- The Nokia N950 is equipped with a 4-inch TFT LCD touchscreen, and the Nokia N9′s screen is 3,9-inch AMOLED, although both have the same resolution – 854 X 480
- Differing modules of the 8 megapixel camera
- The same frontal camera, but in the Nokia N950 it is located in the upper right corner, while the Nokia N9 has it in the lower right
- Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR for the Nokia N950 and 4.0 for the Nokia N9
- The Nokia N950 does not support NFC
- The Nokia N950 is equipped with a 1320 mAh battery, and the Nokia N9 has a 1450 mAh battery.