[deleted post]You are right, the iPhone has a beautiful 3,9 inch curved glass CBD Amoled display. Oh wait, it doesnt.
It has a hugely intuitive and fast buttonless UI. Oh wait, it doesn't
It has deep integration of Facebook and Twitter, Youtube, Vimeo, Flickr, in the entire OS not just app silo's... Oh wait, it doesnt.
It is made of sturdy unibody polycarbonate. No color loss, no breaking. Oh wait, iPhone is made of glass.
You can make phone calls with it... Oh wait.
N9 is what the iPhone should have been. There already are apps for the N9, they are Qt apps I already have on my C7.
with just its looks and pinch previews, i think it really holds more shockers for the nokia fans out there like me… there are two things i really hope.
first, i hope that this device holds more awesomeness, especially with the “speed”, which is the only one thing flawing the n8.. the last thing is that i hope nokia would continue working on for meego to its optimum performance and capability.. NOKIA, instead of walking on flames with microsoft for attention, why not just polish your classic shoes for attractions… pleasse. more POWER!!!!
[deleted post]You are not getting this at all. It has a UI that frees you from the dumb "push a bottun to return to my app grid" paradigm. THIS is the next thing. Even Engadget agrees, the N9 is what the iPhone should have been.
i think it'd b a gr8 chance 4 people 2 enhance their gr8 thoughts and ideas....'coz of t gurilla screen display n 3g network....fast processing speed with 1 gb ram
fun9, 27 Jun 2011The highest daily interest i've ever seen in gsmarena. Nokia should reconsider that n9 will be... moreThe N8 hanged around at 94-96% daily interest too for a fairly long time, as well.
The highest daily interest i've ever seen in gsmarena. Nokia should reconsider that n9 will be a hit n keep goin' on with meego. Hopefully n9 is not d last meego.
N9= N 9 ONE
Gone or be d one
Does anyone know how much this phone will cost in the phillipines? or just any wild guess? thanks.
The set seems to be bigger than N8, however I seem to like it, but I want to know the price before I could order one. Thank you.
Nokia has a huge fan base irrespective of who comes into the market...Their phones have been some of the best I and many other dedicated fans have used for years. This phone with the brilliant MeeGo OS is what they need to get back into the market. This is what we want Nokia to do. Give us functionality, freedom to fiddle, and reliability. Nokia phones are great phones, but they need to stay with the market,and compete on the same platform. If the do this, with MeeGo and give their fans and users the dedication, this new age requires, then they can still give the other companies a good kicking....
Nokia N9 has a fm radio and transmitter.in hardware ,just someone need to make a software for it
Plz join the Nokia N9 Forum @ http://thenokia-n9.com
We need your support to build a community..
Hi dis is nirmal rawat n i belong to lucknow city. Nokia n9 is the one of best mobile phon in the nokia series it is better than all others phones it very smart and beautiful fon with large display, sensors and smothly touched phon it hv 1 gb ram and good standard qualities and i like this phone so much and now i waiting for the relesing it....
I tell you what is amazing and that its got the magic 1GB RAM..I did not expect any other smartfones out this year with that amount.I know i will get shot down but i can only think of one other smarty with 1GB and that sgs 2..
prank, 27 Jun 2011NO Super Amoled
No card slot esp handicapping 16gb version
Connection speeds slower than mos... moreNetwork speeds determine download speeds mainly ,,here in UK on 3.5g its not 14.4Mb/s so whats the point plus we never get what the networks promise.
I dont know why i am answering you as all your points are a wind up so pointless.I thought i would humour you i suppose..
Cant wait till its out ,come on.
Overall, it's hard to work out our opinion of the Nokia N9. The Finnish brand is making very little mention of the fact the phone is running MeeGo, as it seemingly doesn't want to crowd consumers' heads with multiple operating systems.
The new home screen design is innovative and different, although a little simplistic. We can see how Nokia is trying to be different here, but we're not sure if we're fans just yet.
Our main worry is the support - the Nokia N900 was a cracking and heart-breakingly under-loved device, and given the focus on Symbian and Windows Phone 7 it's hard to see many more MeeGo devices emerging, despite it clearly being a better OS than Symbian ever had been.