Pictures of the first Nokia smartphone based on the Meego mobile platform, the N9, have emerged again online and as we said before, they sure look like a much smaller version of the Mac Book Air.
The N9, otherwise known as the RM-680, popped up on a Chinese website and will apparently come with a 4-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 64GB memory, 512MB RAM and 1GB NANDM (more internal storage??) with the capability of adding another 32GB microSD memory which can push the total storage capacity to 97GB.
Expect the smartphone to come with HSPA+, Wi-Fi, an 8-megapixel camera capable of recording in HD, GPS, a Qualcomm QSD8250 1GHz processor and possibly even a HDMI port.
We're not sure about the Super AMOLED option simply because Samsung doesn't seem to be producing them fast enough for its own consumption.
Pictures that have emerged of the N9 show that it might have a grey aluminium finish design with a slide out QWERTY keyboard with big, black buttons.