Unveiled at a media event this week, Nokia's N9 raised our eyebrows for its design (the front screen is all glass without physical buttons) and MeeGo OS. It's scheduled to arrive in the next few months, pricing yet to be announced. Finished in some striking colours using a special polymer, there's no doubt that the N9 is a slick looking device. <br><b><a href="http://www.pcauthority.com.au/News/261292,unusual-os-no-buttons-nokia-unveils-the-n9.aspx/Default.aspx" target="_blank">Further reading: Unusual OS, no buttons: Nokia unveils the N9</a></b>
 

Unveiled at a media event this week, Nokia's N9 raised our eyebrows for its design (the front screen is all glass without physical buttons) and MeeGo OS. It's scheduled to arrive in the next few months, pricing yet to be announced. Finished in some striking colours using a special polymer, there's no doubt that the N9 is a slick looking device.
Further reading: Unusual OS, no buttons: Nokia unveils the N9

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In Pictures: hands-on with Nokia's stunning button-free N9 smartphone

By now you've probably seen what look to be immaculately rendered images of Nokia's just announced hero phone: the N9. Here's what it looks like up close, in real life.

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