Nokia's only MeeGo based device, the N9, is doing the rounds in the blogosphere at the moment. While in many ways it is an unfinished device, its hardware will probably live on in Nokia's Windows Phone range. Despite the difference in materials, the industrial design of the N9 can be seen to take some cues from that of the N8. For instance its tapered ends and flat top and bottom. The Mobile Fanatics blog has just published photo gallery comparing the two devices. If you're interested in how this MeeGo Harmattan device compares to Symbian's flagship, or how the N8 might compare to its Windows Phone successor, then you should check it out.
From the post:
One of the great debates among Nokia fanatics right now is how the N9 stacks up against the N8. I have an article coming up about this topic but for now I’ll break things down in some photos of the hardware. When I first held the N8 in my hands a year ago I thought it was beautiful. But wow, the N9 takes things to a whole new level. Just seeing this thing in pictures is not enough. You have to hold it and touch it to understand the design. With the Nokia N9 finally on sale and the N8 prices dropping fast, this debate is only growing stronger. Before I ramble on further, I’ll just leave you with these N9 vs. N8 side-by-side photos as this article was intended.