(PRWEB) February 14, 2012
Nokia N9, one of the most talked about mobile phones ever made, now has a beautiful white version. This version finally arrived in the market during the month of December, 2011. However, the announcement for the new white version was made much earlier. A research carried out by Ontario based market research firm named Internet Marketing Services has suggested that the demand in the market for the phone has practically skyrocketed after this release. It must be mentioned here that the N9 model from Nokia has been the talk of the town for the Smartphone users all over the world. The phone has been highly acclaimed by the users for its superior user interface.
The research company has also informed that the Nokia N9 white has been manufactured by Nokia using a special process because creating white colored polycarbonate is more difficult than creating other colors. All the features of the new, white version are the same as the other versions. However, initially this version is only available with a 64 GB memory. Unlike the other available colors, this one has a glossy finish because matte white tends to get dirty rather quickly. Internet Marketing Services has also informed that many Smartphone users have been waiting for this model to arrive in the market ever since the official announcement was made.
Nokia N9 is certainly one of the most beautiful Smartphones available in the market. Along with great looks and durability, it also has more features than most other phones in its category. The Mee Go operating system used in this phone is considered to be the latest of all operating systems used in mobile phones. It has a highly advanced 8 mega pixel camera equipped with special fitters. The users can listen to their favorite music without having to navigate the music player. Internet Marketing Services has predicted that this new white version will make it a stronger player in the global market.
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Internet Marketing Services is a private market research company that conducts market research on various topics.
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