A commercial showing the Nokia N9 (or N950 depending on who reports the rumour) has emerged on Youtube with some pretty interesting details for those looking hard enough.
Pocketnow was the first to report it and managed to get a copy (and put it online) before Nokia had it removed. It shows that the phone could be based on Symbian since there are some screen elements there, possibly Anna and definitely not Meego like the N900.
Other details that have been highlighted include the fact that it comes with a 12-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens, probably similar to the one found on the Nokia N8 which is one of the best phone cameras on the market.
Some have also noticed that the phone came with OVI maps which shows that the video was shot before Nokia announced its plans to kill the OVI brand altogether.
Other interesting elements of the user interface include new icons, a card based multi tasking system and potentially powered by either Qualcomm or Intel (although ST-Ericsson or Broadcom could also be partners).
The N9 has had the rumour mill turning for nearly one year now since the first pictures of what appeared to be a prototype emerged courtesy of Eldar Murtazin. It showed what we called back then, a Macbook Air like smartphone complete with a chiclet keyboard.