Nokia has rolled out a new PR 1.1 update for its MeeGo operating system running Nokia N9 smartphone. The new PR1.1 update is touted to bring NFC tag reading, better multi-tasking and improved imaging options.
Nokia N9 smartphone features a 3.9 inch touchscreen display and comes in a compact polycarbonate unibody enclosure. So far Nokia has remained tight lipped about N9’s release in India.
MeeGo operating system based Nokia N9 smartphone physical aspect have been borrowed to create the Nokia Lumia 800 handset that runs Windows Phone 7.5 mobile operating system. Nokia Lumia 800 is Windows Phone 7.5 OS running smartphone with similar form factor but with different approach.
With the new update, users can use the music player controls right from the lock screen. Nokia has added the Near Field Communication tag reader to instantly interact with the NFC tags. The update also tweaks the audio codec and makes the noise cancellation suppress the background noise better to make you audible way better than earlier.
Shutterbugs will be delighted to see the new filters that come in black & white, sepia, vivid, negative and solarize mode for still as well as video imaging. Multi-tasking has been tweaked to be bit more powerful and memory handling has been improved. Users can now close apps by Swipe-down gesture.
Nokia noted that the PR1.1 (20.2011.40-4) update will be rolled out to the users globally in coming week and OTA notification on the phone will indicate the update’s arrival.