The only thing that Nokia can show off their phones is carl-zeiss lensed camera feature. The other features are just a bunch of garbage.
hulkforall, 13 Oct 2011I dont need to use proper word to you, brainless man. You are so pathetic that even you dont d... moreI feel sorry fo guys like you, who think they can say whatever they want hiding behind internet. Enjoy your miserable life :)
AnonD-26017, 13 Oct 2011an experience so far is not good, apart of sync issue, there are some functionality issues, wh... moreThe update gonna need over 50 Improvements. If they don't added the smart dialler and fm transmitter and radio I'm gonna be really really pissed off.
AnonD-26017, 13 Oct 2011an experience so far is not good, apart of sync issue, there are some functionality issues, wh... moreTry this:
A lot of other related stuff on N9 in that forum
AnonD-26017, 13 Oct 2011an experience so far is not good, apart of sync issue, there are some functionality issues, wh... moreTry to check with your service provider or handphone shop why cannot sync as it could sync with other Samsung phones like Wave, S2. Any prob with your micro sim in the N9?
nokia want android but google can't want nokia because after 2008 nokia priveces symbian google don't go for nokia.
Nokia n8 has first android phone by nokia but google don't like nokia.
AnonD-26017, 13 Oct 2011There was no single useful word in your post, so it shows who is an idiot between us.I dont need to use proper word to you, brainless man. You are so pathetic that even you dont deserve to have 1 single proper word. Sorry, that's the fact.
Nokia 603 looks great, but Nokia going mad now, relesing same configration again & again.
Make quality not quantity.
Big big disapointment from Nokia.
Its time to make atlist one phone with android os.
AnonD-26017, 13 Oct 2011an experience so far is not good, apart of sync issue, there are some functionality issues, wh... moreI don't want to check the features out, I want to cross it out :))))
Nokia mainly manufactures cellphones so don't expect them to produce nail polish, duh :|
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.