A document leaking out of Nokia includes a reference to the Nokia N9, a smartphone that is expected to be the replacement for the Nokia N900.
The MeeGo OS is being developed to run on Intel chips, so this device will certainly have a high-speed processor.
Aside from these sparce details, little is known about this upcoming model.
More About MeeGo
Earlier this year, Nokia and Intel announced that they are combining their Linux-based operating systems. Nokia’s Maemo is currently available on the N900, while and Intel’s Moblin was created for netbooks and tablets.
The resulting operating system, dubbed MeeGo, will run on a range of mobile computers.
The first smartphones based on this new OS aren’t expected until the end of the year.