Wow... its Linux base phone... Linux base phone... any OS would fit in =D
Looks good ,, but can it compete with the likes of Galaxy S2 is the question here
I clap for Nokia, this is really what people where looking for and to be honest this is the peoples design because they took a survey about what phone would the people would like and a sketch came out that look almost like N9.
*Anyways i have one note if anybody from Nokia is reading, dont delay this device from launch, if it gets a couple of months old the processor will look outdated by then.
Nokia's on a ROLL!!
and i'm loving it!!
announce more phones!!
Sure Buddy, 21 Jun 2011It's not that Nokia chose not to take the Android route, its because Android didn't want Nokia... morenokia chose windows phone..google even told that would have felt happy if nokia thought to join android.but nokia didnt join..first know the facts and comment
i wanna see some comments, from nokia fan no more, who say's nokia will die on the x3-02 forum
NOKIA has proved its ability waiting for the device..............
thank you NOKIA for a good device..............
Sure Buddy, 21 Jun 2011It's not that Nokia chose not to take the Android route, its because Android didn't want Nokia... morealso, it is better to have multiple OS's to choose from: symbian anna, meeGO and windows mango.
this one is sure winner from nokia thats for sure, i have an iphone 4 so dont talk sh!t on me apple fans boys...
Sure Buddy, 21 Jun 2011It's not that Nokia chose not to take the Android route, its because Android didn't want Nokia... morecool. I am glad that it didn't work out between nokia and android because the android name would have taken over the nokia name.
I am very aware of nokia windows road map. the meeGO os would be better as the primary OS though. Nonetheless, it is nice that nokia has included the long awaited meeGO OS as a side road on its windows roadmap.
I need to argue, 21 Jun 2011Yes a smart guy!!!!!!!i do hope that when the n9 is out, u can make a fair comparison with ur nexus 1, but i do agree on u about the bat3 life on the n9, but we wont know until next year....
End of the day, it's good and benefit more for the consumer with more choices. I don't believe in blind loyalty or paying an over price phone but believe in good quality features that can match our different needs.
I need to argue, 21 Jun 2011Meego going to be use by other corporation also like Lg huawei and many more so What's the poi... moreActually Nokia did not speed up Meego development because they realized it is applicable to only very-high end of their portfolio of mobiles. It requires more CPU, more memory and more battery even from Android. You can not meet HW requirements with mid or low-end mobiles (i mean smartphones). That's why they announced some time ago they will not put meego on mass market. The thought Meego will compete with Android on all market fronts and finally defeat it is quite wrong.. It may try to kill iPhone, but i doubt.. the latter has very strong fan-base.
Anyway UI looks promising. And multitasking potential is enormous - for those 10 people who really need it.
N9's Processor: ARM Cortex-A8 OMAP3630 1 Ghz, PowerVR SGX530
Same as the upcoming Nokia WP7 Mango phone.
I liked MeeGo on my netbook when i tried it. Though i have no clue how it looks like on a mobile phone.