Mark, 01 Jul 2011- Micro sim card only support - So what? I use Microsim in a regular SIM phone with a € 0,05 a... moreThen how my regular sim card can go into n9 slot? You ask me to trim my regular sim card into micro sim card size? Good idea..! Haha..
Mark, 01 Jul 2011- Micro sim card only support - So what? I use Microsim in a regular SIM phone with a € 0,05 a... moreSure or not..? Anyway thanks for ur information and tips.! Hehe.. Wait and see..D
TC, 02 Jul 2011Nokia could add the Harmattan skin, user interface, over Android, just like HTC have added HTC... moreDude, read the article instead of running your fingers and typing what's on your mind. Read the article and find out why they abandoned MeeGo and why they didn't use Android. There's a story behind it. Take your time to read it and try to put yourself on Elop's shoes and ask yourself what would you do under the same situation.
READ the article below and go through all 7 pages of it. Please read it.
[deleted post]Why cant people speak properly for gods sake,,txt speak is gone this is a full qwerty world..It takes people ages to work out what your saying and all i do is dont read the post..
Nokia is always known for its design and curves however it isnt visible on this phone at all, another drawback is Radio which is missing on this phone which is the common feature in all phones. Nokia should work on handset design it should look a little futuristic ...after all design matters.
JunePhilippines, 02 Jul 2011Why Nokia don't run Android -
"He (Stephen Elop) tried to negotiate a deal with Google... moreNokia could add the Harmattan skin, user interface, over Android, just like HTC have added HTC Sence over Android, and Nokia could give Nokia-Maps exclusivly to only Nokia buyers just like HTC have "Locations" for free for only HTC buyers!
Nokia should have choosen Android, but Elop was/is an undercover agent, Trojan horse, from Microsoft with his true mission to "give" Nokia to Microsoft.
Harmattan is just a skin, user interface, over MeeGo, just like HTC Sence is a user interface over Android, so Nokia could/should have put the Harmattan skin over Android!
n9 is superb and personally i do not want at all apple o.s. ar android o.s.. i had iphone 4 wich makes me mad of nerves and i also use 2 month an android. android i liked,but i think meego will be smashing
hi i am johnson from us , usin both n-9 and galaxy s2. believe me frndz n9 sucks .. android os 2.3 is best in the smart phones catagory. pls go through every aspect before buying. galaxy s2 is far better than any other smartphone...
So N9 looking great and the press seem to love it. Does anyone know the following:
Do the N9 have Xterm like n900
Do N9 have reset button as battery is not removeable
Will N9 ship with Alien Dalvic
Will meamo repositories work on n9
no flash but HTLM5 erm
What about updates
Looks great but I think I'll wait for the price drop.
.. GREAT strategy , not even release but peeps are talking, arguing about it..!
it may not be complete or they maybe constructing it and getting feedbacks.. but wat more important is -DOEes NOKIA will release this sooner or wen they do will it function as it expected..
4me sd card slot is important, radio too, 8mp- clarity depends on pixels or lens or processor..lets hope it would be good.
I am a nokia c7 user and honestly did not notice major differences in this model, I am aware that it is better in many ways but I expected something much better the next mobile of nokia n-series. I hope the the consecutive model has much to say and not decrease its level in any aspect (camera 8mpx vs 12mpx and Bluetooth 2.1 vs 3 on n8 for example). Sorry if something is misspelled, use the google translator.
[deleted post]i think you are steve job,are you run out of idea improve your iphone,are you scare nokia n9 hit the market meego better ios even we watch in video we already can feel the n9 is better than iphone 4
very very super superb Nokia N9 really nokia is the best all the time.
Why Nokia don't run Android -
"He (Stephen Elop) tried to negotiate a deal with Google to run Android, but Google refused to give the world's biggest phonemaker any advantages over its smaller partners, meaning Nokia's corps of 11,600 engineers would have next to no ability to add their own innovations to Google's software."