some of china cheap phones has triple sim triple on , ,
so when a device has dual OS or triple OS ?
imagine , N9 X3 :
triple OS ( MeeGo,WM,Symb)
Nokia wont jump to Android. This is a definite phone-clone from the makers of the Great Wall.
But with the power of Nokia's hardware and the intuitiveness of the Android, bashes aside, it will be a great phone. But second to Meego. Hehe.
AnonD-1768, 25 Jun 2011Total fake...we can see at the second picture (upperside on the left)...it show that the phone... morethis isn't the N9 that looks like the sea ray as it also have a camera button
when i think of s0ny ericsS0n it reminds me of a java ph0ne. When i think of samsung it reminds me of a apple iphone + restarting issue.
A phone wid multiple os's on a single phone acoompanied by best hardware and freedom of choosing among "Android, Meego, Symbian or WP7"? That will b one hell of a phone.
You are all missing the point, this is going back to 2006. Nokia could have been to Android what iOS is to Apple. The deal would have made Nokia the exclusive, one and only company that would be licensed to distribute Android OS on it's phones. It was the greatest opportunity ever.
It seems ,like a copy of a Chinese made Nokia (Fake),which is powered by android .
Nokia is late on making an Android Device. I think Nokia should just focus on their WP7 and not abandon MeeGO OS. Right now, Android still feels glitchy and it doesn't feel polished enough. There are so many native features that symbian has that Android don't. I hope Android Ice-Cream fixes all those problems.
I may get Nokia N9. My DHD is fast, but the battery life is horrible. Above all, MeeGO OS Multitasking seems more intuitive and efficient than Android.
All nokia need is multi boot meego and symbian anna....not wp7 or android
its time for nokia...i like their simple interface if they could make it work with android...they could get their old popularity back in a matter of months once its out
i know it... after all they cant creat developer community like apple and android so they have to follow it up....
Way to go Nokia. I my first phone was a nokia. Not a Sony Ericsson, or HTC not even Samsung. I can't wait to see this.
Nokia should go for both, Android and Windows Phone 7!
And for budget segment they should use Symbian and for mid-range they should use MeeGo.
Why can't they just blatantly copy Samsung's approach to the whole superphone age.
Samsung has it all and shows no shame about it (and it's doing really well lately)!