If ever a video made a phone look like it belonged with the Park Avenue crowd, it is this little clip for the Nokia N9. One caveat about the video-the OS you see on the phone, the S60, will not be on the unit when it ships. Last week, Nokia confirmed that after the N8, Symbian software will not be used to power any more of the Nseries. Instead, the Finnish based manufacturer will be looking at using MeeGo which is the love child between Nokia's Linux based Maemo and Intel's Moblin. Instead of focusing on the software, just check out how well the hardware looks from the gold plated bezel to the rounded corners. Sure, there are scratches on the unit-it is a prototype after all-but you can almost feel the heft of the phone in your hand. Last week, the N9 was spotted featuring an 8MP camera with duel LED flash and a front facing camera with an LED flash, a landscape sliding QWERTY keyboard, a display with resolution of 640 x 360 and under the hood is connectivity for the 850/1900 MHz bands of UMTS/HSDPA.