Remember the rom nitdroid (nit = Nokia Internet Tablet)? Through it was possible to install the operating system Android on a Nokia 900 , an experiment which is quite interesting to see how well all the phone’s firmware-based Linux systems can also accommodate other similar kernel.
Now she appeared on the net where you see a photo of an interesting ICS N9, which originally used the system Meego, then a further proof of the thesis mentioned above. The news appeared from Twitter Alexey Roslyakov, team member NITDroid. The site publishes a small interview nokiagadgets.com the aforementioned programmer, it says that everything is still being developed and at present there are no dates to make it available for download.
Goes on to say that for now the work is concentrated on the optimization of the N9 but the kernel will also bring improvements to the Nokia 900, his work is focusing in the development of a dual boot that can afford to use Android, or according to your Meego tastes. Recall that N9 is equipped with a TI OMAP3630 CPU 1GHz single-core, 1 GB of RAM and a 3.9-inch AMOLED display, and with features comparable to a midrange Android.
Work in progress, therefore, to disembark the cookie ice cream on the popular smartphone from Finnish manufacturer, which also would fit well with a system like Android, as it has no physical buttons, and dedicated only to the touchscreen.