Anonymous, 24 Oct 2011I sell phones for a living and i must say that the Nokia N9 is the best all around expierence ... moreSymbian could be more stable than Android, not sure where you would be able to pull those stats, but sadly that doesnt help as this is running MeGoo a Open Source OS based on Linux, same as Android. I'd suspect they only went with MeGoo due to the deal with Microsoft...
this should b changed...
1.2GHz to 1.5GHz
No Radio to Radio
More clear front cam.
Sad that Nokia abandoned Meego but wasn't surprised with the move since Stephan Elop used to worked at Microsoft before moving to Nokia. Could be the reason why he is pushing WP in Nokia's handset.
suroj, 25 Oct 2011when will it be launch in Nepal.Hi Suroj...
In Nepal Launched By Nokia N9
N9 is finally released in Pakistan
here is the price of N9
nokia is going in wrong direction like apple i seriously hate apple for limited resorce usage and now nokia is remove card slot,fm and the price is so high i am a old nokia fan but now i am thought to buy a new smartphone like galaxy s2 for future proof technology and high quality hardware according to the price.
Anonymous, 24 Oct 2011I sell phones for a living and i must say that the Nokia N9 is the best all around expierence ... moreand u think N9 users care how stable symbian is? Nah, we dont want Arm11 processors and max 640 pixels resolution.
How can u sell cellfones if u think N9 is Symbian?
Nokiaman-Ace, 24 Oct 2011Is that bad???I thought it got the Dolby sound……How sad~I Said sound speekers . The dolby is for hearphones. And is awesome.
I sell phones for a living and i must say that the Nokia N9 is the best all around expierence i've ever seen. People are knocking the OS but dont forget Symbian is more stable than Android.
My first GSM phone was a Nokia. First time I learned how to text, put a wallpaper, put ringtones, or play games (Snake II) was from a Nokia phone. First phone I owned that had color screen was from a Nokia. My first smartphone that had Xenon and a music player was from Nokia. Nokia is like that first girlfriend you had and who you will never forget. This is similar to how I feel about Nintendo. They didn't invent video games, but their NES saved the industry from Atari's own failures. Without NES, modern gaming with detailed levels wouldn't exist like it is today.
No matter if I think Nokia and Nintendo got complacent and milked on the same ol' same ol' offerings, I still have a special place in my heart for both of them. Got to respect history, Companies like Apple and Google are just building on the backs and shoulders from the pioneers of yesteryear. There wouldn't be a Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, or Dwyane Wade without a Michael Jordan that existed before them. There wouldn't be an Apple today without IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and Sony that came before them.
There is a reason why Nokia has been #1 in volume sales since 1998 and it isn't solely on catering to third world countries with cheap phones. There was a time when they made really, really great phones. Feature-packed. We wouldn't have 3G without them. The N91 had one of the best audio quality ever for a phone and the N82 was a legendary classic cameraphone with N95 features that surpassed even Sony Ericsson's offerings. If Apple and Nokia had a bake-off with computers, I would obviously pick Apple. They know how to make computers the best, IMHO. iOS is a stripped down Mac OS X. And that's why Nokia is failing because our phones are becoming like computers. But based simply at making a phone, I'd pick Nokia over Apple since that is their forte (telecommunications) for decades now.
All Nokia had to do was release this OS even last year! Android hadn't really took off since last year and were still fairly niche in 2009. Then we wouldn't be talking about a tragic beauty from the N9. We would instead be talking more about Nokia's comeback story... "The Return Of The King"
The way I see it, if you want a better OS, go with the N9. If you want to have a better future and ecosystem, go with the Nokia 800 Sun which looks like the N9's twin but with WP7 and more buttons.
N9 was about three years too late. Had this been released around 2008 about a month before Android/G1 been released, then the story would be alot different. There would be no downfall for Nokia or watching them sell themselves to Microsoft's WP7. It would be a battle between Nokia vs Apple for the premium end, but Nokia would still win in volume sales because they cover the entire spectrum of prices while Apple wins in profit margins. This phone should have been what the N97 could have been. But Nokia got complacent after their N95 success and wasn't fast enough to catch the touchscreen race or develop their own app ecosystem like Apple did when Nokia still had Symbian. They were acting just like RIM. Resting on their laurels. No changes to Symbian. Still used resistive touchscreens with an OS that was laggy and looked dated. Fairly slow CPU speeds. Nokia also never tried to cater to the American market even when their N-Series sales were at their peak globally. If Americans wanted a Nokia, you would have to get it unlocked to a get a premium one or get a cheap prepaid one. The mobile OS is now ruled by American companies thanks to Apple, Google, and Microsoft. But Nokia never changed their old ways and ignored us. Even the N9 has no plans to be released in the U.S.
For the diehard Nokians, this is their final hurrah as the company we know them. Many great things and people die young. Everyone from rock stars dying at 27 to Steve Jobs at 56. Life is too short. N9 can die young like James Dean's Hollywood career, but their star will shine brighter now that they are gone. You want design and software made by Nokia at its finest, N9 is it. A "cult classic"in the making like what the Sega Dreamcast, Google Nexus One, or Palm's webOS had become. Now Nokia will be just another WP7 OEM with "THE TROJAN ONE" named Stephen Elop in charge.
There's a few things to consider about mobile phones when it comes to 1) screen size 2) raw processing power
Mobile phones are not like PCs. They do not have infinite power supply and good cooling capabilities. Another thing is that a mobile phone is what it says, MOBILE. I for one would not even buy a mobile phone that has more than a 4" screen, simply cos they are way too big for my taste. I want mobile phone to be actually mobile enough (I find 3½-4" a good range for a smartphone) to be worth carrying around. Anything bigger than 4" and I almost rather carry a tablet or a netbook with me :D
Mobile phones are extremely limited in power supply as well as cooling. The bigger the screen, the more power it consumes. The more processing power, the more it'll heat up (and it needs to be passive cooling, I doubt fans will ever make it big in mobile phones :D) as well as more it will consume.
N8 for one was criticized for it's small battery and small processing power. Yet, funnily enough it ran smoothly and had one of the best battery lives on the market. Symbian^3 for example is a quite a light operating system, not to mention it compensated by having a decent GPU assisting in anything visual it could.
Just cos a modern day smart phone does not have +4" screen does not make it worthless, it actually makes it a mobile device :D Battery life is another thing, a mobile phone that can't reliably keep up all day with even heavy use is a worthless mobile phone. First and foremost it is a device that allows people to contact me almost anywhere, a dead battery cos of a 4½" screen and a 2ghz dual core CPU will not make me feel better, no matter how cool it was using that device while it stayed awake :D
i can't understand why nokia is risking by going to wp7 sure the 800 design like n9 beautiful but the hardware well the titan is better same same same like the samsung s2 is killing all the other android phones they should continue with MeeGo n9 is the best that ever happened to nokia hope they realize it soon before they sank as for me in my country they didn't import the 64gb memory but i am sure gonna by the n9 black 16gb long live n9
BrianB13, 24 Oct 2011When was this phone released? 2008? A single core processor with an old outdated GPU. Reall... moreit is people like you who knows nothing about the industry.. single core processor? iOS and WP7 don't need dual core to run smoothly with the latter running fluidly.. how about android? it takes a dual core to fully optimize it's speed.. so before you bash about anything better do your homework first.. hardware depends on software use.. you're just another fandroid -.- and yes I am an android user..
i admit the fact that the only thing disappointing is the speaker of the phone is extremely low, even lower than iphone lol (about 70% of n8). but the headphones r totally awesome. great sound. anyway just used fmobi and totally worthless to even download, maybe due to the fact that its beta version. the only reason to download it is its got few more functions than inbuilt facebook. BTW cheers to the comment posted by SAVOR