The Nokia N9, built for people who appreciate a stunning blend of design and the latest smartphone technology, will be available at Nokia retail stores from 15 October 2011. This new all-screen smartphone is easy to use, and focuses on the most important things that people do. Users now have endless possibilities in their hands with the Nokia N9, and all it takes is a swipe.
The Nokia N9 is available in three colors – black, cyan and magenta, with storage options of 16GB and 64GB to accommodate plenty of content. The Nokia N9 16GB will be retailing in all three colours at SGD799 (RRP) and 64GB in black at SGD899 (RRP). All 3 operators in Singapore – Singtel, Starhub and M1 – will offer the Nokia N9 with attractive data plans.
With a simple touch, the Nokia N9 can be paired with accessories such as the Nokia Play 360° speakers using NFC technology. Music lovers can now stream music effortlessly and wirelessly and share their favourite music with their friends. The speakers provide a premium left speaker and right speaker experience no matter where you stand, and the audio will be clear and undistorted, as though you are listening to your favourite band live.
The Nokia N9 is also the world’s first smartphone with Dolby Digital Plus decoding and Dolby Headphone post-processing technology, so you get a surround sound experience with any set of headphones.
True to Nokia’s design ethos of simplicity, intuitiveness and human technology, the Nokia N9 blends style with cutting edge minimalist design so it not only looks sharp and but also feels great to use. The device features the latest in bold all-screen design and technology with the unique swipe technology. Its body is precision-machined from a single piece of polycarbonate which flows seamlessly into beautifully formed curved glass with a curved scratch resistant screen.
With new easy to use location assistance and free turn-by-turn drive and walk navigation, getting to where you need to be on time has never been easier. Let the Nokia N9 guide you to St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow or the Eiffel Tower in Paris with preloaded street maps and free navigation in over 90 countries worldwide. Download and store any map directly using a Wi-Fi connection without paying roaming charges and be on your way to discovering the sights. 3D landmarks are also visible in 3D mode, so you can better visualise where you need to go.
Nokia will provide support for the Nokia N9 until at least 2015, including software updates, care and services support.