DJ Shaheer, 21 Jun 2011the racing days of nokia are over now,
OS can't compete with the rivals,
the compatibility o... moreI found this in another forum which was picked up, so early days yet.
You may need read it again because it is HUGE!
You know where the asteroid is on a collision course with earth, THIS ASTEROID IS BIGGER THAN THE EARTH!
I DO LOVE MY NOKIA SMARTPHONE
"Nokia enters into patent license agreement with Apple
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 · 8:55 am
Nokia announced that it has signed a patent license agreement with Apple. The agreement will result in settlement of all patent litigation between the companies, including the withdrawal by Nokia and Apple of their respective complaints to the US International Trade Commission.
The financial structure of the agreement consists of a one-time payment payable by Apple and on-going royalties to be paid by Apple to Nokia for the term of the agreement. The specific terms of the contract are confidential.
We are very pleased to have Apple join the growing number of Nokia licensees,” said Stephen Elop, president and chief executive officer of Nokia, in the press release. “This settlement demonstrates Nokia’s industry leading patent portfolio and enables us to focus on further licensing opportunities in the mobile communications market.”
Source: Nokia Corporation
Florian Mueller writes for FOSS Patents, “This frees up resources for both Apple and Nokia. Apple is embroiled in litigation with the three leading Android device makers (Motorola, HTC and Samsung). Nokia doesn’t have any litigation worries at the moment, but part of its new strategy is to ratchet up the monetization of its patent portfolio. The fact that Nokia has demonstrated its ability to defeat Apple — after the most bitterly contested patent dispute that this industry has seen to date — is a clear proof of concept. Other companies whom Nokia will ask to pay royalties will have to think very hard whether to pay or pick a fight.”
Mueller writes, “This is also very significant with a view to Android. Given that Android is in many ways a rip-off of Apple’s operating software, Android-based devices are highly likely to infringe on largely the same Nokia patents that Apple now felt forced to pay for.”
“I don’t hold shares in any tech company, but if I were an Apple shareholder, I would probably view this outcome favorably. Nokia emerges victorious, but this is a sweet defeat for Apple because its competitors — especially those building Android-based devices — will also have to pay Nokia, and most if not all of them will likely have to pay more on a per-unit basis because they don’t bring as much intellectual property to the table as Apple definitely did,” Mueller writes. “So from a competitive point of view, I don’t think Apple loses much. On the bottom line its profitability may even benefit from this because Apple’s margins face no greater threat than Android-style commoditization of smartphone technologies.”
YEAH THAT LAST PARAGRAPH!
it's lack 12MP,doul core processer,1080p video recording,21MBPS 3G,and Radio.
This phone is worth the wait for us Nokia die-hards. Other people can criticise Nokia but now I can say Nokia has woken up. Please release this phone as fast as possible. We are eagerly waiting.
In today's world. Why buy a smartphone which does not have iOS or Android. It is a waste.
renor, 21 Jun 2011it does have a secondary camera, but its located at the bottom of the screen. and i dont know why.I think that video calls are in landscape so shifts to top right hand corner
this is just another version of the iphone, although nokia is the most user friendly phone in the world, you cannot get confused when using a nokia, from the earliest models right to the latest...i am currently an iphone user but i say bravo to nokia and the n9
What's the point? MeeGo is going out the window, replaced by Windows Phone soon.. Not worth it. Phone looks nice, but might as well wait.
zahin143, 21 Jun 2011I hope N9 will be a good phone as N900........n9 is grt h/set comparing all nokia phone....
Nothing to say about N9.
N95 still the best. A-GPS is not a solution in Brazil.
Zhane, 21 Jun 2011this will only ship at the end of the quarter or maybe next year to not disturb the production... moreNo. That is just what u think. N9 might release in a month times. And nokia promise to have at least 15 phones release this year. And how many had u seen?
This phone has the potential to disrupt the mobile world. But that can be fulfilled only when there are sufficient apps to work with. Nokia, pls ensure that all android apps work with this device and you have it made. Tie up with Dalvik and get the 100000+ android apps running seamlessly and i will purchase not one but two of these.
i cant wait for this phone! i think this will be released after 3 to 4 months as this was their next main phone anouncement since the x7-00. And they just released the x7 and e6. im pretty sure after the x7-00 and e6, this will be their next release. I CANT WAIIIIIT. =))
thx God nokia take some steps and again ready to play in the field, nokia plzzzzzz launch it quickly nt like nokia n8(bakwas phone excapt ov cam). I'm loving it....
LONG ANTICIPATED;I'm a ardent Nokia user from 1998 (Nokia 252, 5125, 6160i, 6600, n70, n80i, n95 8g, e71, n900). Nokia continue to do well, this is another phone that they create to change the market just like all the others that i've mentioned. Most smartphone fanatics are confused with OS and manufactaries, Nokia will always be the leading manufactary of mobile handsets because they make phones for ALL sector of the market. The N9 series caters to the high end smartphone users, the E7 series is for the business savvy individual, while the C2 series is for the entry level consumer who just need a mobile but get next generation features as well but at an affordable cost. Whenever NOKIA make a release, they get the most comments, total hits and criticism on this site. Clearly, Nokia is the best. I hope this phone will be release by the 4th quarter and at a reasonable price(US$450 16gb/US$620 64gb).
Amazing...Nokia is magic u see less than one day nokia n9 has over 1500 comment....what do you think 5 days it will has more than 20,000 comment.
If NOKIA really going to launch N9, this phone might be a pack of juicy Hrdware. that means upgradable to WP7 OS. think about it.