The Nokia N9 was introduced by the Finnish company only a few days ago, but it’s already very popular – everyone seems to be discussing it now. It has a powerful processor and GPU, an 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics and super wide 28mm lens, a 3.9-inch AMOLED touchscreen and many other great features, and its only minus seems to be the OS – MeeGo. It’s much better than Symbian, of course, but it’s new, and it has only a few apps, unlike Android.
So will a device with no cool apps manage to become really successful? We don’t think so… But Myriad Group said the “app problem” of the Nokia N9 can be solved in the nearest future by… making the apps designed for Android run on it! The French-Swiss company promised to adapt their Java virtual machine (which helps Android apps run on other platforms) for Nokia’s new N9, and for the Nokia N950, too. Moreover, the performance of the applications will not become worse on MeeGo.
The idea seems to be very good, since Android is known for a huge number of good applications, and if they appear on Nokia’s new device, but Nokia and Android will benefit from it.
We don’t know yet when this new feature will be released by Myriad Group, we don’t even know the Nokia N9’s exact release date… So let’s have a look at this video by the French-Swiss company while we are waiting.android developers microsd image nokia N9, how download android on nokia n9
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