Benz, 31 Jan 2012How could I use it for video calling?you are not able to do tat yet... gotta wait for update pr2.2
weego-meego, 31 Jan 2012hey guys, will i b able to update my n9 time to time from my country India, if i import the sa... moreshouldn't be an issue and you can always do a manual update using nokia updater
ravish, 31 Jan 2012will launch in india february 21And who confirmed that... Mr Ravish..!!??
ravish, 31 Jan 2012will launch in india february 21ravish where u got this news of feb 21? Thanks for reply in advance
Good bye blackbury N9 you will be in my hands 2moro cannot wait you know.
karero, 30 Jan 2012i want ask plz how much this mobile in amerca very sexy,,,,,,,,,,,
hey guys, will i b able to update my n9 time to time from my country India, if i import the same from dubai or directly from Finland? Pls help. Thanks..
ELVIS, 30 Jan 2012why can you not use whatsup on the n9I think because the developer did not know how will N9 sell, but now given that N9 sold better than lumia phones, the developer might rethink!
myself a big fan of N9... can you use Android apps on N9?
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2012why wmv format videos aren't supported by this device......??? Plzz send any clues.. there is no need to convert it supports wmv files
this is the only phone that has no problem... this proves meego's the best! :)
This was a phone known internally at Nokia as N9-00 - this is not the same as the N9 that now sells, which had an internal name of N9-01. This N9-00 was supposed to the shown to the public at the Nokia event this time last year - and sold in Q1. The new Nokia CEO Stephen Elop cancelled the phone's launch as one of his first acts - the Nokia MeeGo project manager resigned in protest. Then a few months later Elop killed the phone totally at the start of this year, just days before the new Microsoft alliance was announced - and the new MeeGo project manager resigned in protest. Since the N9 and MeeGo were finally seen, many have felt Elop had killed a very potent phone, a possible 'iPhone-killer' that definitely would have generated significant profits to a Nokia that now sorely needs every penny; and obviously had Nokia had a MeeGo phone to sell in Q1, then that phone would have been immune to any Nokia reseller boycott hitting Symbian based phones, even after the 'Elop Effect' destroyed Nokia Symbian smartphone sales after February. The first MeeGo phone was ready to manufacture and sell in Q1, but was simply cancelled by the CEO, so we will never know how viable it might have been but judging by how strongly Nokia profits jumped in Q4 with the far less spectacular N8 running the Symbian S^3 (far less amazing than MeeGo) and how much the industry fell in love with the N9, that phone would definitely have sold at least in 'meaningful' numbers. Strange are the ways of the minds of the visionary CEOs haha..