in romania samsung galaxy s2 is 500 euro and sony-ericsson xperia arc is 450 on grey market. so n9 until it will reach 400 euro, no good
A great phone, but sadly few will buy it. This is the worst marketed device ever made. Declared obsolete on release, and overpriced. Nokia deserve to lose their market share because of this stupidity.
eagle3, 07 Sep 2011Wow, taxes in Europe must be high. Estimated price in Malaysia is around USD600 to USD650 for... moreWhat? 600-650USD and 750USD, for the 16GB and 64GB respectively and that price is cheaper than arc? I can buy an arc with 400+ USD. And galaxy s2 for 600USD.
Nokia are donig good job in worlds mpobiles market
who says that it is a DOA phone the blogs? ok so what let the people to choose if it is dead or alive from the sales and pre-orders you think that the only that matters is the number of applications and not the quality of applications the receiving and calling of the device or the browsing i am in Greece and as Nokia say in the website of N9 it will be available here defenetly is my next phone even i consider the Nokia WP i think i will buy the N9 as the last N series Nokia and ofcourse for this beautiful and distinctive UI
limited availability = high price. check economic textbooks.
official statement for unavailability in major markets (western europe) = high profit resale market = even higher prices.
doubtful support = low prices.
So i bet first 3 months prices will be sky-high. Later may drop but very slowly.
also avaliable in Poland (preorder):
ca. 570 euro for 16 GB
Anonymous, 07 Sep 2011but that price will surely drop to a more 'competetive' price, so the early pricing of USD 60... moreThis is not the usual model, limited number of sets available. Even in my smaller town, there's quite a long list of pre-order. Normally, no such thing as queue list
eagle3, 07 Sep 2011Wow, taxes in Europe must be high. Estimated price in Malaysia is around USD600 to USD650 for... morebut that price will surely drop to a more 'competetive' price, so the early pricing of USD 600 for the 16gig would be much lesser and more affordable than that :)
Nice $600 paperweight. You can add it right next to your locked at&t i-brick.
Sun Down, 07 Sep 2011Quite reasonable for what it offer IMO. I'd get the 64 GB for sure.I thought you have budget one? The Msia authorised dealer confirm that the 16GB will be below MYR2,000, 64GB 'slightly above' MYR2K. Next week we will know officially
who want to spend ton of money on OS never know that gonna like or not...
Kostas, 07 Sep 2011Although I am a big Nokia supporter, why would ANYONE in the world wish to buy an already &quo... moreBecause it's slanted as limited edition, one & only. After stock finish, that's it,unless this Mr Elop pull a fast one on us
Whether dead to Intel : http://www.smartoffice.com.au/...are/R5M3J2L3
+ It's supposed to be able to port some of the Android apps, not that I bother much about that part.
cjdelphi, 07 Sep 2011Samsung Galaxy S II Samsung Note HTC Sensation I'd love to say sure, the N9 is a great ph... moreMeeGo is most likely not dying. Even though Intel reported they will discontinue MeeGo development, I say that the amount of interest on the platform can't let it die. Several manufacturers have pointed out their interest and many consumers are dying to get their hands on this absolutely dreamful phone to get even the smallest bit of experience it provides.
Kostas, 07 Sep 2011Although I am a big Nokia supporter, why would ANYONE in the world wish to buy an already &quo... moreit will be supported since they are under obligation to do so (contract with Intel).
Elop called it dead to avoid competing with Windoze phone.
Quite reasonable for what it offer IMO. I'd get the 64 GB for sure.
klear, 07 Sep 2011I doubt it's the price of 64GB version. retailers always list the lowest possible price of a d... moreOK, sorry. The 16 GB version is too expensive. The 64 GB version should cost 550 Euro.
fun9, 07 Sep 2011LIMITED AVAILABILITY N DOUBTFUL SUPPORT This word is the key 2 make the price fall n became m... moreDude, this means way to go for you. Because the article points out exactly the same: these two factors will make the price fall. I guess you should read more carefully before commenting.
good pricing for a dead OS!!!
Later like hp webos sell cheap cheap... haha no face see