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The Nokia N9 PR1.2 update to come with lots of improvements

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The Nokia N9 PR1.2 update to come with lots of improvements - read the full textMost of the Nokia N9 owners should have already received a notification that the PR1.1 update is available for their beloved MeeGo phone - it's well worth installing as it bring plenty of new features. The next update, PR1.2, is already in the works and one lucky dev with a Nokia N950 (that's...


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> In reply to AnuragD @ 2011-11-30 06:48 from t@JQ - click to readthe problem is that even if it takes market share it will be same crap as iOs and android.. All app-centric. WP destroyed WinMobile platform which as able to run real productivity applications. What i mean - i had an ancient iPaq4700 (build by HTC btw) based on windows mobile OS. Somehow i was able to run software to connect to command interface of any switch and router i was maintaining and do some work with my handheld device only. Goodluck to do this with iPhone or simillar device now. Communication interfaces are broken "to the ground". I believed Meego might be the future... well i was wrong.

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  • 2011-11-30 10:18
  • Svec

> In reply to AnuragD @ 2011-11-30 06:48 from t@JQ - click to readSimple test go to your work/school/college/university ect. as ask them have they heard of android or iOS. Then ask them about windows phone mango. You'll see how many say yes, and those who say yes ask them what they think of it. In my class a single guy heard of it and he heard that it was quite crap.
I am not saying WP7 is bad i'm just saying no one cares about it.

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  • 2011-11-30 09:01
  • nxEf

> In reply to Mariusmssj @ 2011-11-29 20:23 from nxEf - click to readWP will be a player within the 6 months all over the world. N9 is damn good als

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  • 2011-11-30 08:02
  • 0VGS

> In reply to Mariusmssj @ 2011-11-29 20:23 from nxEf - click to readNo one cares about WP7 ? hahahaha cut me up if doesnt take the market share by end 2012 n u re not using one from 2013.Hahahaha

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  • 2011-11-30 06:48
  • t@JQ

> In reply to Mariusmssj @ 2011-11-29 18:02 from nxEf - click to readPrecisely.
Or you could buy a Vertu.

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  • 2011-11-30 06:30
  • tRnj

nokia is crazy dropping these they should have keep it as a niche project, they still did their internet tablets for a while they are small hits.

windows phone platform it horrible

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  • 2011-11-30 02:46
  • Pv9c

> In reply to Ryan @ 2011-11-29 18:24 from MkXA - click to readUs Android fans boys would LOVE to jump to MeeGo and Nokia. But the fact is that Nokia killed the N9 and MeeGo before it was even born. That's why we're complaining - because we really want to like the N9 and MeeGo. We support open source and what Nokia originally wanted to do. But when the N9 is the last MeeGo phone from Nokia and Nokia has said it only wants to play with WP7, the N9 is pretty much dead now...RIP

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  • 2011-11-30 02:23
  • j@mt

this is just the beginning!

h o p e !

keep it up n9!

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  • 2011-11-30 00:56
  • RxnW

Haha. Just found it humorous..An Android fanboy posting that maemo 6 is a dead OS. Does'nt Android do that with oh, every release? Don't come to us if the generic design of your smartphone can't get your wang up. Take it up with the people who make your phone. I wonder how much support the iphone or android models would get once they hit "discontinued" territory. That's what I like about the N9. "Dead"? Maybe..but far from gone. And what it does, it does with a style and panache that a lot of "still living" phones can't muster. Voted with my wallet and got myself an N9.

I came from an iphone and really don't see how a gazillion apps really improve my existence. A few thousand apps give one choices but most after that is gravy. Nokia isn't perfect but I definitely think the Fins came close with the n9. The preloaded apps deliver almost everything I want and use and the few that are on or coming to the market will address my other needs. Great reception is another boon as I live in a country where signal gets sketchy at least on my iphone, it did.

Meltemi might be another thing to look forward too as well. I have a strong feeling that app compatibility between Meltemi and Maemo will be a non-issue. Nokia has shown that it intends to bring smartphone features to low end phones. What better way to get developers interested in contributing to an ecosystem than having a few million phones out in the market for them to target? Nokia has also directly invested in making some great apps for the N9, something they would be foolish not to leverage. So the signs are there for those who care to read.

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  • 2011-11-30 00:30
  • vx45

Why don't you try it you may find out it is better than iOS and Android and the battery lasts for more than a day

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  • 2011-11-30 00:08
  • 39x%

I like the OS of this phone.. don't worry buyers .. Linux foundation is now making a move / an effort to update this meego to Tizen next year.. Go Tizen... lets fight the android dominance... I can't wait to see the tizen OS next year Q1 2012

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  • 2011-11-29 23:32
  • t7x@

> In reply to Ryan @ 2011-11-29 18:24 from MkXA - click to readactually it's funny that u say plastic androids many's a hint...motorola RAZR xt910 is made out of KEVLAR...i mean mocking android os is like Jeremy Clarksson when he drives around with a stupid jaguar then he starts mocking makes him look absolutely is the real deal man..wake up...a piece of urself a favor and by the next cheap plastic android phone..u'll realize how it can crush a false titan like the n9..

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  • 2011-11-29 22:57
  • fwVH

> In reply to Ryan @ 2011-11-29 18:24 from MkXA - click to readi agree with you... they are really insecure with nokia.. >:D

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  • 2011-11-29 22:35
  • 3EHr

> In reply to Bailey @ 2011-11-29 18:59 from i5BK - click to readIt's a shame because just like meego no one cares about either of them. HTC used to be the platform for Windows phone OS, and no one cares about it.
Going for Android was their winning move. It hurts to say but no one cares for WP7 or Meego

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  • 2011-11-29 20:23
  • nxEf

> In reply to MBNaveed @ 2011-11-29 15:25 from uWAA - click to readSorry i think that statment should be the other way round.
The reason why i say that is once you get past the sliding you finger from edge to edge and only 3 home screens there is nothing else that makes the phone stand out. Plus it still sticks to the formula of row after row of icons which is what iOS and Android do. Also it is still press and icon to get in and out of an icon with a little bit of slide. WP7 takes on a something new as i can go it the people hub and perform 7 tasks without having to come out of it.

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  • 2011-11-29 18:59
  • i5BK

I wonder why android fanboys keep on commenting to Nokia Phones Articles. Insecure you are! Hahaha! Coz even if your Plastic androids are better when it comes to Specs, still Nokia N9 stands on its own, it has the uniqueness that android can never have, COPYCAT! eew.. OMG Im so gross... haha.. (plastic and cheap androids) hihihi

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  • 2011-11-29 18:24
  • MkXA

> In reply to [deleted post]nice one dude

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  • 2011-11-29 18:20
  • vbSk

> In reply to lol @ 2011-11-29 16:25 from 0CYB - click to readIt's not everyday HTC or samsung even Apple is everywhere it just got boring. N9 with meego is a breath of fresh air and owning one makes you unique. You own something that stands out and is not a part of the same dull crowd!

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  • 2011-11-29 18:02
  • nxEf

I got 2 of these phones for me and my wife. And the best thing about them is that I do not have to deal with Apple, Google and Microsoft.

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  • 2011-11-29 17:59
  • IjUy

they are already talking about pr 1.2 and i even didnt get the pr1.1 i hate nokia for ditching this unique phone hope they will release the update in the middle east soon can't wait

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  • 2011-11-29 17:52
  • StNe

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