Online retailer Indiaplaza has listed the Nokia N9 on its website, with an expected availability date of October 2011. They’ve even gone on to list the price at a cool Rs. 32,368 which translates to a little over 700$.
The popular network security tool Aircrack-ng has been available on the N900 for a while now, but using it needed quite a bit of understanding of the technicalities involved, along with a mastery over the terminal. Enter Cleven , a user interface for the aircrack-ng app that that makes compromising WIFI networks a matter of hitting a few buttons.
While we wait for Nokia to ship the N9, here’s something to give you a taste of the HD video capture goodness inside it. Bill Perry has taken 30 videos from a pre-production N9 and stitched them into one 2 minute clip that shows-off the N9′s capabilities capturing close-ups, how it handles direct sunlight and the detail that it can pull off
Remember yesterday’s 9 second Nokia N9 ads ? Yes, the ones that are over if you decide the blink
We’ve known that the N9 would come with an all new version of Ovi Music very different from the clients we’ve seen on other Symbian devices. But one thing that comes as a very pleasant surprise is that the client on the N9 in-addition to a new UI, also supports streaming radio. You can browse music by genre as you would normally, but now you will also see a ‘ Play genre radio’ button there and with one tap you can have Ovi Music stream tracks from that genre.
Ever since the N9 was announced, the question on everyone’s mind is that for how long would Nokia continue to support something which in all probability is its last MeeGo (Harmattan) device. Here’s something that should cheer you up, Klas Ström, Head of Portfolio Management in Marketing for Nokia tweets that the N9 will be supported for ‘years’ and that they would release several updates