AnonD-7829, 25 Jun 2011Elop has said that the Meegos/N9s success is totally irrelevant, this will be the last one no ... moresomething in elops statement gives me the idea that nokia still intend to continue with qt. He pointed to them continuing with the ideas n interface of the n9. The are very probably working on a new platform. A succesor to the n9 with similar ui but running neither meego nor wp.
It really shouldn't matter to a potential n9 buyer whether or not nokia plans to mainstrean its os. It supports qt so it won't get any less apps than it would otherwise plus theres the developer community.
wish it next update to run flash player 10.2 and get 1080 p 30f plus yahoo&hotmail massengers beside the skype and gmail and all to be able to run video chat through the front cam
This is the first decent phone Nokia made in years....too bad it looks like an iPod :)
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2011Are you sure it is magenta not fluorescent red? No radio no micro sd card, what else are not p... moreSo you must be the only person in this world who still uses the radio... and with 64gb, you think you will need a micro SD card ? Micro SD card gives you more disvantages than advantages. The first and most important: speed.
Hmmm the colours are qite unusual. I qite like the blue colours but is that too femnine looking for a guy? I mean, the black is OK but it makes the phone look so dull =P
AnonD-7829, 25 Jun 2011Elop has said that the Meegos/N9s success is totally irrelevant, this will be the last one no ... moreWhat do these people get paid for??? You are onto a good thing so the big chief (Elop)comes in a axes it "as such"..Why dont we all go out and chuck some money down the drain,damage out tv,s and buy a 14 inch portable ,smash up our ovens and buy a wood stove,bulldoze our houses and erect a tent,,sounds crazy doesnt it?? SO are this overpaid bigwigs..
AnonD-2035, 25 Jun 2011proximity sensor will turn off the screen while in pocket. a lock screen will also help if the... moreElop has said that the Meegos/N9s success is totally irrelevant, this will be the last one no matter what happens. Understandable, seeing that he fired the entire staff behind Meego :D
Can't wait for Nokia to start shipping this. I'm definitely getting the 64 Gb N9.
AnonD-252, 25 Jun 2011The screen will react through thin pants, just place your finger inside your t-shirt... and th... moreproximity sensor will turn off the screen while in pocket. a lock screen will also help if there is an accidentally touch.
this device is a test mouse which its fate depend on customers. if meego is a success, Nokia will not fool enough to stop this. more apps will come, a new meego market will build.
so it is you that decide Nokia meego Destiny. :)
asish, 25 Jun 2011what is the price???????? plz tell me..
According to Colin Giles,
Nokia’s Executive VP of
Sales, the Nokia N9 16GB
will retail for 660USD whilst
the 64GB will go for
I'll definately buy the n9 64Gb when it's out.
unfortunetly there are no flash player 10 support even they used android os..:)
AnonD-180, 25 Jun 2011Nice thoughts glad to discuss those with ya.
Buy a professional camera if you are that deep... moreThe screen will react through thin pants, just place your finger inside your t-shirt... and then touch the screen on your N8 or Android, so it is a stupid idea to not have only a hardware button to activate the screen!
Swyping in a game or an app may move the user to the homescreen even if he/she does not want to, so even here it is better to have a hardware-key to press to move to the homescreen from any app/game.
N9 will not have Android Market so you will not be able to easily use all Android apps...
I'm somewhat attracted by both the Meego as well as the upcoming Windows Phones, but I know at least the Windows phone will lack attributes that I'm not willing to give up from the N8 - for example the possibility to use N8 as mass memory without needing a software installed on the computer.
I really like the looks and feel of Meego, but I think it's a bit stupid to buy a phone that has absolutely no future. Then again, Symbian^3 is mostly the same, but at least they have some amount of staff for it and it'll keep going on the cheaper end phones, so some support will be there.
And as a last reason, my N8 is only a year old by the time those come out and it works perfectly with no flaws and I'm perfectly happy with it. I hope that in a year the Windows phones develop many of the good features of Symbian (currently WP reminds me of iOS, very much locked down unlike Symbian).
What a shame. Nokia are at least 12 months out regards specs here with an OS that has in effect been obsoleted. What a waste of resources when they need all they have to get back in the game!
The guys, who don't like this device, then what r u doing here?
Go to your SGS2 forum or Iphone 4 forum. If you don't like the device, then stay away from here. Don't spoil the forum, by posting unecessary comments.