Nokia may not provide the best developer support for its Nokia N9 smartphone, but somebody thought it could pull more apps and coders on Google’s Android operating system. Alexey Roslyakov (@drunkdebugger), the NITDroid project builds on earlier work porting Android to the Nokia N900, has returned with a video demo of Ice Cream Sandwich on the ordinarily MeeGo smartphone. However, he did not provide instructions on how to recreate the whole scenario for other N9 owners, which likely means it is still in early development stages.
Nokia N9 would be able to Dual Boot Android 4.0 and MeeGo Harmattan, you just hitting the volume key during boot stops MeeGo from running and instead brings up Android 4.0.3.
The Nokia N9 has almost similar internal hardware to the Samsung Galaxy S so it is likely that Android ICS will run smooth on the handset, though it seems getting the N9′s hardware to work with the functional Android kernel on the handset has caused the most headaches. There’s also ongoing issues with getting OpenGL to work, without which the whole thing is unusable.