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AnonD-16863, 24 Aug 2011samsung is behind Nokia in battery life:-- my sgs2 gives 1 day on moderate use inbuilt memor... morenokia n9 i yet to be released and has the same interested like sgs2... what will happen with first rewiev
AnonD-14455, 24 Aug 2011Re: Micro SIM. I'm not sure that the camera has anything to do with Nokia using a Micro SIM as... moreI will give a little answer now.. ;)
The demos who are using normal sim or mini sim the camera is not the one that would be in the N9 with Micro Sim :p I can only tell what i heard from Nokia Denmark..
And I will for sure buy N9 When it dets a pricedrop or a great contract :p I only need a few games like DH2 and Slice it! :p
I was wondering, can you change the sms theme in N9? It has a bubble feature like the iphone 4 right? can you change it or customize it? If so, how do you change it? Pls reply to my comment thanks.
ZiiimZooon, 23 Aug 2011It's not because of that -.-'
1: The camera
2. They hope to get iPhone users over to ... moreRe: Micro SIM. I'm not sure that the camera has anything to do with Nokia using a Micro SIM as the demo phones used a mixture of Micro and Mini SIMs. Nokia are doing their best not to over promote this phone, as a result unlike people on this forum who are aware of what is required to use this phone, then if you haven't got an iPhone already you are unlikely to mess about contacting your carrier (or buying a SIM cutter) to change to a Micro SIM. It will be interesting to see what size SIM they using in the WP7 phone.
Having said all that I will be getting this phone, whether its promoted by Nokia or not.
For me personally this phone suits me down to the ground out of the box, its size, it's installed apps. This phone may not be promoted but it will be supported by Nokia, for how long? who knows, i'm I worried? No, because I suspect the majority of us have phones which no longer get the latest updates, for me its an Android phone stuck on vers 2.1 for my friends it's the early iPhones. As long as the phone suits your personal needs then thats all that matters.
Nokia would probably bury this thing into a pile of failures to make way for their Windows crap.
AnonD-12379, 23 Aug 2011Samsung sgs2 = 1.2 Ghz dual core , 1gb ram , 4.3 amoled , 32gb inbuilt , 32gb card support
... moresamsung is behind Nokia in battery life:--
my sgs2 gives 1 day on moderate use
inbuilt memory (why you need expensive cards):--- what you will do if you have to switch from 1 phone to other for transfering data??? may be you will hold your ear round from your neck :D
meego o.s , dolby system , pixels (N9 have more) , heating isue , nokia maps , camera , touch u.i. (meego o.s.):----galaxy s2 has far ahead features like this
visit home page of gsmarena and see current ranking (* by interest and * by rate)
or you can see comments of real user of galaxy s2 in s2 user openian section
I have already got the money saved,just await this beasts arrival..I hope Nokia do a turn around and adopt MEEGO.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2011"- MicroSIM card support only"
Nokia designers are like "lets create a p... moreIt's not because of that -.-'
1: The camera
2. They hope to get iPhone users over to N9 ;)
*Nokia Denmark told me that! :p
AnonD-12379, 23 Aug 2011 Just read this
1st It has all the hardwares you need to listen radio , only software is nee... moreHmm. There is one kind of users that surely would like hot swapable Sdhc-card slot. Like the Nokia E6 has.
This is the reason.
When transfering files from the computer to the phone it is much faster to do it inserting the sdhc-card into the computer than doing it by USB 2.0.
I think 100 times faster...
I am not that kind of user that do it often but...
Anyhow, if the phone would support usb 3.0 it would surely make some users that often transfers many files between the computer and the phone. Of course, the user must have usb 3.0 on the computer...
I really don+t think this is a big issue for 9 of 10 users putting my hand on my heart so to speak.
64 Gb should be enough for most people.
I myself would like to stream music files from a Synology Nas Server, therefore it is not a problem having files on the phone. having files stored on computers and phones seems to me be not user friendly at all if you having a lot of devices. NAS Server is the shit.