discovery, 30 Jun 2011nokia n9 doesnt have a front cam. its a censor. please correct it.Who are you to tell that it is front camera
discovery, 30 Jun 2011nokia n9 doesnt have a front cam. its a censor. please correct it.it have bottom right,nokia n9 is the spotlight in mobile world
discovery, 30 Jun 2011nokia n9 doesnt have a front cam. its a censor. please correct it.It does have a front camera, it's in the bottom right.
discovery, 30 Jun 2011nokia n9 doesnt have a front cam. its a censor. please correct it.It does have a front facing cam, and it is available at the bottom left of the blue image in this list.
How about a new device with that but with full qwerty and 12 mega pixel
it'll be heaven it self
thought it's avaiable in n950
but hello !! We ain't developers
why N9 have only 8MP.N8 is better than N9.shape is ugly.plz Nokia do something new.plz all company's stop copying iphone.Use ur own mind.why u stop your nice models becoz u busy in copying stupid iphone.
discovery, 30 Jun 2011nokia n9 doesnt have a front cam. its a censor. please correct it.The proximity sensor is at the top of the screen, the front-facing camera is bottom-right.
Anonymous, 30 Jun 2011"it will also support Linux apps"..
Can u explain it,.. How does it can support,... more"Strictly speaking, the Nokia N9 does not run MeeGo 1.2 as its operating system. It instead runs what Nokia refers to as a "MeeGo instance". During the development of Harmattan (previously marketed as Maemo 6), Nokia and Intel merged their open source projects into one new common project called MeeGo. Not to postpone the development schedule, Nokia decided to keep the "core" of Harmattan, such as middleware components (GStreamer) and packaging manager (Harmattan uses deb not RPM). Nonetheless, Harmattan is designed to be fully API compatibility with MeeGo 1.2 via Qt. As far as end users and application developers are concerned, the distinction between Harmattan and MeeGo 1.2 is minimal"
I never thought I'd ever want to own another Nokia phone again, as I have no liking for M/soft, you can include Nokia WP7 phones when they come out in that, but now....well, what a phone. If only Nokia had brought the N9 sooner. I still want one bad:)
What do you mean with:
"and being obsolete 6 months after the purchase"
Will the device stop working as it is now, beautifully intuitive and fast, when an update arrives? What does that "update" even mean? What if Nokia made the original software near perfect, and only releases bug fixes. Does that make the device obsolete in 6 months? I dont think so. Reasoning that way, we could say every Android phone ever produced will be obsolete as soon as the N9 lands.
Once for all: it has radio yes. Not yet implemented by any software, but Nokia developers are working on it.
The N9 is not selling yet. Please be patient. Let's wait until September and read the reviews.
If Nokia sells the N9 with a
Mark, 30 Jun 2011Openoffice good enough for you? That sounds really great for me!!!!
AnonD-12389, 30 Jun 2011Will this phone have an X-terminal like the Nokia N900?Not preloaded, but easily downloaded and enabled. You can root the phone by toggling a button in the settings menu. Easiest root ever.