nick, 02 Dec 2011yes it does support the whatsapp messenger..! :)liar!
nothing better than n8 or go for galaxy s2. This phone is not upto mark.
Anonymous, 02 Dec 2011does whatsapp application work in this ohone? i've heard a lot about whatsup app what is it though?
any body know the arabic language can b found if i make an update to my phone when it is available ?
zometa, 01 Dec 2011The phones itself is a beauty, i love it.
Things i missed from my N900,
FM tx, full web bros... moreyes its sad how big downgrade the N9 is from the N900. History will remember the N900 as the best phone ever, and the last masterpiece from Nokia. N900 could do fakkings anything right out from the box and didnt need a single app to do it, and then N9 comes and cant even play flash content in the browser? Heck, N900 even rendered Java applets perfect through Iceweasel in EasyDebian. Now 2 years has passed and still no phone on the market had matched N900's webbrowser capability.
N900 is the smart and ugly muscleboy, N9 is the pretty boy with hair gel and fancy clothes who is afraid of mice.
AnonD-23045, 01 Dec 2011Wat the Hell !!! PR 1.2 gonna be released??? I still dint get PR 1.1 update on my phone... its... moreya bro.. same here..they still didnt provide the update for middle east ..
Anonymous, 02 Dec 2011does whatsapp application work in this ohone? yes it does support the whatsapp messenger..! :)
For ppl in US like myself, newegg.com is now selling 16GB N9 for $600, free shipping, for ppl that never heard of this site, no worries i've been shopping there for many yrs, rest assured the site is legit
Why Nokia didn't made N9 available in all countries (for its customers) till date ? Why?????
Currently Nokia N9 is in greatest demand all over the world.
Window platform alone will never push Nokia to survive in this modern era.
I have the N 9 bought in Australia.
Good news, it looks great but it has a myriad of problems e.g. Twitter does not work on the current OS version. To get the updated version many users get an error message with the Nokia software updater so you are stuck with the buggy old version. The Nokia meego forum is loaded with comments from people with problems with their N9 and there is almost a complete absence of response from anyone at Nokia. Essentially the phone is unfit for purpose and Nokia seems to treat it as an embarrasment that if ignored will hopefully go away.
Yet, the phone remains actively marketed by Nokia.
What gives Nokia????