A new version of FireFox for the N9 has been released alongside a Flash Player from Nokia that acts as a plug-in to the browser.FireFox for the N9 will load full webpages on your phone, although we’re guess that could be a good or bad thing depending on how you look at it.Nokia is trying to make the argument that a full-fledged browsing experience will allow you access to all the features of a website that a mobile browser can’t.
Nokia N9, a MeeGo device, is getting a new software update according to Nokia.70% of N9 owners have already had the update pushed out to them, and the next 30% will have to wait another couple of weeks.There’s browser updates, folder support, Mail for Exchange can now see your company’s global address list, you can create playlists and delete songs straight from the music player and many other useful stuff.
New details on the forthcoming MeeGo update for Nokia N9 have appeared this morning.The leaked shots point to many upcoming functions with which Android and iOS users are already familiar, including copy-paste browser support and a notably iOS-like folder layout.Equally unclear is the release date for PR1.2, though the screenshots cite a build date of January 30th.
It looks like the white version of the N9 is finally up for sale.Unfortunately it appears to be available via an online retailer in Finland, which means that either your shipping fees are going to be exorbitant or that they won’t ship outside the country, which is usually the case anyway.For those who live in Europe, will be able to pick up the 64GB white version of the Nokia N9 for a whopping 629.
Nokia's official blog says the white N9 is coming to all those (not very many) countries where the N9 is already available before the end of the year with a rarefied 64GB of on-board storage.Everyone else will have to get it via a price-inflated import. Sadly, there is no additional info about price.