Are you sure it is magenta not fluorescent red? No radio no micro sd card, what else are not present in this Nokia N9?
This phone must be released 2 years ago. It is too too late Nokia.........
As 4 tha os, meego is just tha COOLEST!! As 4 tha lack of radio, divx/xvid, nokia couldve done better
Tyson, 25 Jun 2011Are you kidding no card slot,no 1080p,no dual core, no gyro sensor, avg gpu and no divx xvid s... moreIt can play xvid and divx files you just gotta download the players from the market thats all dont act like a child
because privacy of living this higher version phone should be dual sim
camera should be on par with available N8 or high reselution
memory card slot, radio /qwerty key pad for the convenience
Gitty, 25 Jun 2011it has a camera keyoh sorry i was wrong,only volume and power key :(
Tyson, 25 Jun 2011Are you kidding no card slot,no 1080p,no dual core, no gyro sensor, avg gpu and no divx xvid s... moreIts can play divx and xvid files too dont act like a kid you can download these players i downloaded divx player for my nokia 5235 from mobile9.com and its plays the divx videos without any lags..
DANY, 25 Jun 2011
What if I want to focus on one thing, but lock exposure one something else? Or point the cam... moreNice thoughts glad to discuss those with ya.
Buy a professional camera if you are that deep in photography although there's much hope independent Camera Apps will be available and using the volume rocker is a possibility in those (and maybe it'll be added to Meego in the next update.
You can swipe back by mistake but it'll be a half swipe meaning you'll see one row of icons no more and you'll be back no problem the big ram and great processor won't flinch.
as for your next q you clearly are new to programming , so i'll quote this from Sympian
There is a strong emphasis on conserving resources which is exemplified by Symbian-specific programming idioms like descriptors and a cleanup stack. Similar methods exist to conserve disk space, though disks on Symbian devices are usually flash memory. Further, all Symbian programming is event-based, and the central processing unit (CPU) is switched into a low power mode when applications are not directly dealing with an event. This is done via a programming idiom called active objects. Similarly the Symbian approach to threads and processes is driven by reducing overheads.
you need 2 steps to unlock (two clicks on the screen then a full swipe to open that'll never happen in your pocket since this is a capacitive which doesn't respond to materials other than your hands
It has gorrila glass so your safe and a body made of poly carbonate that has no paint so even if you scratched it it'll show the same color underneath .
HW buttons removal is awesome ...
and i agree with you about language support i really want this one in Arabic i hope they deliver ...
Mabugee, 25 Jun 2011I believe this is going to be a good phoneI didn't said that it will be a weak phone. I said that it's not better than the Samsung Galaxy S2.
Tyson, 25 Jun 2011Are you kidding no card slot,no 1080p,no dual core, no gyro sensor, avg gpu and no divx xvid s... moreit doesn't need card slot coz it has 64 gb on board. www.developer.nokia.com/Devices/Device_specifications/N9/
it supports divx , xvid, flac, mpeg4, flash, avi and more.i think openness of meego can bring more formats coz it is a debian running on a shell. so most of the linux apps will work. there are many things that is hidden in this phone like fm transmitter.
i like the way gsmarena controls most of the posts here. i think we can learn something from it. no more trolls. just share what you think.
fortunately N9 supports Tv out . Fm transmitter , but not yet a software for it.
Are you kidding no card slot,no 1080p,no dual core, no gyro sensor, avg gpu and no divx xvid support?!
DANY, 25 Jun 2011
What if I want to focus on one thing, but lock exposure one something else? Or point the cam... moreIt doesn't need a two stage camera button.
The n9 features continious auto focus in the photo mode aswell as the video. Once you open the camera app, it continually focuses on the object in the selected focus area so all you have to do is click the shoot button once.
Although i would have preferred a dedicated camera button, it wouldn't be two stage.
It Appears as the Largest Step forward from Nokia in these years of iphones & Droids.
What if I want to focus on one thing, but lock exposure one something else? Or point the camera in my direction and take a photo? There are some things that buttons just do better.
but how "easy" it is to swipe back by mistake?
And how much the display eats the battery by stand by when it waiting the gesture to unlock it? And how sensitive it is... for example i have it on my surf shorts that have wery thin pockets? Or eny pants that have shin pockets enyhow...
That UI is unbeliavable. So nice and unique.
Puts that sh1tty looking Android to shame. Honestly Android really needs to work on the UI because the best hw and great community. UI is just one generation behind WP, IOS and now MeeGo.
Starts from the multitasking Google.
Design - wise they have done it right this time. Looks classy and solid. The abscence of paint to be scratched is another thing many people have expected. If they put a good image sensor, the reduced resolution to 8 instead of 12 megapixels is going to only do good to camera performance in respect to noise. The placement of LEDs is like in a real camera.
does it support chinese input? i gave up n900 for no chinese input
chinese input as in change the message to chinese language, not change whole device language into chinese...
Looks nice, but getting rid of HW buttons is not. Without a two-stage shutter button, the photo capabilities are severely limited, regardless of how "cool" the UI might seem to the typical consumer