dickyy, 13 Oct 2011can someone give me a feedback opinion which is best you prefer nokia n9 or samsung s2 ??Of course Galaxy S2 ? Are you crazy for asking this question?
[deleted post]an experience so far is not good, apart of sync issue, there are some functionality issues, which I will describe later. In general before bying the phone make sure you check each function, that you might need in the phone (not only whether the required function exists, but also how it works and settings). It appears that Nokia was so desperate to release the phone, that they even did not have time to polish its OS. The above does not mean that it is a bad phone, but it definitely needs software updates.
[deleted post]There was no single useful word in your post, so it shows who is an idiot between us.
Donovan, 13 Oct 2011Use your other phone to sync all the data that you had one a backup file instead.my other phone is Samsung Innov8 (an old but good one). It can connect via bluetooth to N9 but synchronization fails.
Just got my N9 today, been playing with it all day.
- Great, intuitive UI. Looks fantastic, and unlike Symbian, offers a fluid, fun user experience that can rival iOS and Android. The swiping gesture is very easy, and you get used to it pretty quickly. I did come from an N900, which also doesn't have a physical "home" button, so maybe it was easier for me.
- Great at multitasking - had several apps open with no lag at all
- Fast internet, fast phone
- Many people have shown their dislike for the simplified and non-customisable homescreens (unlike Nokia's other phones), but I actually like the three homescreens. The notifications/events screen is great (though I wish that you could see upcoming events also).
The not so good:
- Unlike the N900, I can't play megavideo (and other similar sites) on it
- Like the iphone (and unlike other Nokia phones), to delete music files you need to connect it to a computer (if I'm wrong about this, please correct me).
I'm not a huge app or game person, so I don't have much need for more than the pre-loaded and basic apps. Unsurprisingly, the app ecosystem of the N9 is pretty small, and considering Nokia's practically abandoned Meego even before it really gts a chance, I'm not that hopeful that things will improve significantly. Coming from the N900 (which I will keep around), I would love Cutetube (to download and save youtube videos), an fm transmitter and full web browsing capacity (to play megavideo vids) and the N9 would really be perfect for me.
All in all, it does lack some of the practicality and functionality that the N900 had, but IMO it does make up for it in the user experience and form factor. It has a "wow" factor to it (and is very stable), which Nokia has lacked in recent years.
can someone give me a feedback opinion which is best you prefer nokia n9 or samsung s2 ??
AnonD-12237, 13 Oct 2011its been released for a week already.
Feature-wise the n8 is better due to the fact that it... moreCamera, N8 is best. N9 camera, settings need to be adjusted for best results.
Fluidity, smoothness, N9 beats Symbian.
[deleted post]Try out the device 1st before you say anything. It's Amoled with Clear Black
AnonD-26017, 12 Oct 2011I can't even express how much I'm disappointed with the phone. You can not sync your contacts... moreUse your other phone to sync all the data that you had one a backup file instead.
[deleted post]its been released for a week already.
Feature-wise the n8 is better due to the fact that it has radio transmitter, a make video call, use smart dialler and equalizer to turn up the bass. Plus you can switch between the qwerty and the t9 input.
I kind of feel Meego is still unfinished. Hope version 2.0 will make an improvement.
I can understand from the number of comments that how Nokia phones are too overrated. You cannot tell me any outstanding feature over other phones. Plus, Nokia costs much. Almost as expensive as Iphone. What's more, neither the touch screen nor the OS is good. It is not aesthetic, the phone is like a rectangle, that's all. Why do I buy Nokia? There is really no point.
AnonD-12123, 12 Oct 2011really, using nokia linknokia link is for video, music, pic and nothing else
AnonD-26017, 12 Oct 2011I can't even express how much I'm disappointed with the phone. You can not sync your contacts... moreTry using bluetooth :
This example is from Iphone 4. S2 users said it works with S2
I can't even express how much I'm disappointed with the phone. You can not sync your contacts, calendar, notes with PC. this is so stupid. You can do it with your videos, music and pics, but can't do contacts and calendar. Nokia PC Suite and Ovi Suite does not support N9. This simply kills the whole idea of having smartphone. Really very very bad job.
OMG i come here to see how N9 is getting on and sgs2 users are in here as well..
Look sgs2 users we have all had sgs2 and sold it because too big..When will the sgs2 users get it into their heads there is life outside that fone.
Thx to Nokia backstabbing intel and intel backstabbing nokia, this phone can be caled as non-usable even before launch. And it alsow means that there is absolutly no phone that would be worth to buy!
Disappointed, 12 Oct 2011Really disappointed on Nokia. At first when i look at the pic, looks sexy and slim.. But whe... moreyou blind? the phone is really thin. Its 7.6mm(world's thinnest) at the thickest point its 11.3 mm Thats because the glass protrude out so its really like 10Mm thick.
Really disappointed on Nokia.
At first when i look at the pic, looks sexy and slim..
But when test the phone on spot.. OMG.. its thick!!
Secondly the phone dont have much apps and games to be downloaded.. dont have many games/app means cannot fully utilized.. Its another dead platform like symbian..
a gorgeous phone...if they release the Android app store for it (as rumored) then we are all in business.
i love how different it is from the rest. the swipe is my favorite. the look of the phone and the feel of it.
they need to introduce a proper email/contact sync program with the MS.