Since its announcement, the Nokia N9 has been a hot topic. At Nseries, we wanted to know how well the N9 really stacked up as the big brother of the Nokia N8. To find out, we highlight 11 BIG differences between the two.
The Nokia N8 has a capacitive touchscreen that measures 3.5 inches while the Nokia N9 has an additional .4 inches at 3.9.
Screen resolution for the N8 sits at 360 x 640 pixels while the Nokia N9 has increased to 480 x 854
The N9 is slimmer than the N8. The dimensions for both phones look something like this:
N8 – 113.5 (L) x 59.1 (W) x 12.9 (D) mm
N9 – 116.5 (L) x 61.2 (W) x 12.1 (D) mm
While both phones support a 3.5mm phone jack, the Nokia N9 can boast the world’s first smartphone with Dolby digital plus decoding and Dolby headphone post-processing technology.
The N9 sticks with the winning formula that made the Nokia N8 stand out as a camera phone. The obvious changes though are the N9 packs an 8mp camera with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus and dual-LED flash compared to the 12mp camera of the N8.