Those of you pining to get your hands on a Nokia MeeGo device will have to wait until the N9 launches (supposedly in August) or sign up for the developer program in order to get the N950. But since most of us aren’t developers (if not we would’ve gotten the N950 by now) we’ll just have to resort to gobbling up whatever tidbits we can find of the phone online.
Nokia has been doing a pretty good job of showcasing the N9′s features on its official blog, and today we get a detailed walkthrough of three useful apps that will be found on the phone – Mail, Notes and Feeds. Judging by the screenshots and descriptions, the apps look great, with a fresh interface that will no doubt please users who are looking for a change from Android, BlackBerry or iOS. Nothing too out of the ordinary, but it’s good to know that the phone comes preloaded with these basic functionalities unlike some devices. Head over to the Nokia blog for a more indepth look at the N9 Mail, Feeds and Notes app.
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