Nokia officially announced the N9, a few days back and it was received with a lot of admiration, owing to its premature launch. Alongside it the Nokia N950 made quite an appearance at the Nokia Connection 2011. This device would not be commercially available like the N9. Other than a few specifications, there were no images showing off the N950 developer’s handset. According to a report by Engadget, the Nokia N950 is a MeeGo based developer’s handset and will have limited availability. The Nokia N950 phone software is in beta stage and does not represent the final quality or feature set which will be available when Nokia N9 is commercially available.
Some of the specifications of the Nokia N950 are:
- QWERTY keyboard.
- 4-inch TFT LCD display.
- Display resolution is 854×480.
- 8 MP camera
- Bluetooth version 2.1+EDR
- N950 does not have support for NFC
- 1320 mAh battery
Since the announcement, not many people knew what this handset would look like. However, press images of the Nokia N950 have now surfaced with it looking a lot similar to the N9 albeit a few differences in specifications – internal, as well as external.