AnonD-23045, 09 Oct 2011So anybody who has already bought and started using N9, please provide your review....how is i... moreI was shopping for a phone this weekend. My first choice was BB 9860' then SE Arc S and then came LG Optimus 3d. nokia was not evening my list although I have been only using Nokia for last 9yrs. When I accidentally entered Nokia centre in Midvalley on Saturday 8pm, I met with Ms.N9. I instantly fell in love with her looks, elegance, tolerance and characteristics. It was simply mind-blowing user experience. Nokia sales girl didn't even know what to explain and where to start since she herself had a sanding galaxy s2 and the sales manager owner an iPhone perhaps.. Their only usp was 64gb memory..I saw they only had one last black 64gb left and instantly placed the order.. Samsung and Apply must learn from Nokia what continuous innovation means. Innovating ones is just
not good enough. For all those people out there developing meego, don't give up...It's one open source os which is not stereeotypic like android or BB os or IPhone os..
N8 is still the swiss army knife of smart phones. It has all the features that the N9 has but the N9 don't have all the features that the N8 has.
no video calls
no smart dialler
no t9 text input
no camera button
no fm transmitter
no hdmi output (even though i don't use it)
no message reader
no flash lite 4.0
I admire Nokia for the user-friendliness of their phones.I hope N9 will still lives this reputation.
i'm not a fan of iphone, android or nokia but have owned a n900 for 2 years and was gutted when Nokia knocked Maemo on the head. the n900 is obviously low in specs now but I wouldn't swap it for any Android or Iphone, those operating systems are too lame (and i'm fully famliar with both of them).
Not so long ago my n900 broke and nokia replaced it with an e7. i loved the design but did not enjoy using symbian anna. It's about time i upgraded and the N9 is the obvious choice (Maemo's successor). i purchased one and it's on it's way.
There was no other phone i could possibly go for after owning a N900. Iphone fans can carry on believing that Apple is the only company that can innovate phones. Android fans can carry on believing that the best phone is the one with the highest specs and biggest screen. In reality it's about whether the phone fits your needs out of the box. On my n900 i installed about 10 useful apps and the phone did absolutely everything i needed for 2 years and it did it better than anything else.
I hope this will have a good battery. With a processor like that, it may be a power hog.
AnonD-4734, 09 Oct 2011I would second on you on that, N9 were nvr being developed as contender to other well famous h... moreErrr,during a Meego fans meeting, I heard the Nokia rep smash N9 to the ground 3X to show its durability. No stratch, nothing. Hey, multi task its better than symbian
AnonD-23045, 09 Oct 2011So anybody who has already bought and started using N9, please provide your review....how is i... moreIt just launched 7 Oct, now is setting up, testing. On battery life, one week's time give feedback.
No whatsapp, no FM radio(at the moment). Whatsapp it seems its the whatsapp co not adding Meego. But I dont use both features, so no prob
Meanwhile, you can watch the unboxing & review from 1 Australian guy :
So anybody who has already bought and started using N9, please provide your review....how is it so far?? wat abt the battery life??etc etc etc
AndroGarcia, 09 Oct 2011Well,its performance 8MP cam,single core 1Ghz and yada yada yada...not impress...other fon alr... moreso many times its been explained here regarding the processor power....and still u go on about it
Meego doesn't require a dual core processor to run smoothly....even the current android doesn require, ..saying this because i did get my hands on N9....tested it...runs absolutely fast...no lag...you need to test it before you can blame it....
8Mp cam in Nokia is way better than 8mp on other devices(exc 4s...still not in market)
regarding built quality... Nokia phones are well known for their built quality no matter which material they use(metal or plastic)....something that Samsung really fails...
You should atleast test the product before you can write it off saying it doesn't have dual core and blah blah blah....
Nokia tie up with Google android .don't peep in ur pant with windows. and meego
status of this phone is released since sept. 2011. yet, where can i buy it?
[deleted post]'blind ppl always stay blind'....wondering...were you refering to your self? Polycarbonate is much more durable better reception than normal plastic, heck even HTC is also investing on a hi-tech NanoMolding Technology, which is the process of combining both metal and plastic. Now that ain't you normally see like ***cough*samsung*cough***, so who's the blind now huh?
AnonD-13986, 09 Oct 2011Yeah, 2 years is years ago in smartphone world. Now there symbian anna & later belle. I'm ... moreI would second on you on that, N9 were nvr being developed as contender to other well famous hp, but solely to give user a new experiance on how a phone should be, ease of use and a superb multi tasking ability EVER seen (second to symbian)
[deleted post] As been repeated many times, it's not cheap plastic, it's polycarbonate, used in ice hockey helmets. 1 piece, not a few pieces glued together. When your Samsung manage to reach beyond 2 year mark(mine didnt, hence deepen my belief on the 'cheap plastic'), then only come back & talk