N900 was marketed as "no radio", because they did not bother write the software, and it only works with earphones plugged in, but there is a program ("app") that activates it. The same might be true about N950.
stop complaining nokia made this phone for devs. not for consumers, so its doesnt need microsd slot radio divx player etc etc.......thats why it called a dev phone understood?
words cannot describe how amazing this phone is
even in beta2 its really you'll forget its weaknesses
no memory slot,no radio,no infrared!! okie 1st of all who needs infrared when we have bluetooth!! about the radio!! how many of us listen to radio that much?? well i don't.. still n950 doesn't have mms?? what is nokia doing?? they are not giving everything in one cell phone like any other company.. but i am way happy with my n900.. n900 got 32gb space with external memory slot!! & n950 got only 8.5GB!! after using a phone like n900 how can a spoil kid like me will be satisfied with only 8.5gb!!
mofi, 28 Sep 2011no memory curd slot no adobe flash player weak bettary and not for commercial use.
where is card slot for expandable memory as its having high resolution camera
dedde-82, 21 Sep 2011nokia will never be able replace the n900 just as they failed a lot to replace the n95 8gb Lo... moreAlso, I would like to add the guy behind all this macro-soft deal is actually putting off the real essence of Nokia, which is infact its own marvelous OSs(Maemo/ Symbian), if parted will surely loose the real Nokia, though company may grow, but it will be more like MicroSoft rather than a real Nokia.
dedde-82, 21 Sep 2011nokia will never be able replace the n900 just as they failed a lot to replace the n95 8gb Lo... moreSo true, I myself code for Android and I know how good is Maemo/ Meego, infact I own an N900 rather than some android device, cause Android is no where near to Maemo, which I would say is the true powerful OS.
dont forget about somthing...that phone may be hackable...everithing you want can posible!!!
nokia will never be able replace the n900 just as they failed a lot to replace the n95 8gb
Look now the n950 doesnt even have fm radio.infra red,divx player,flash player and 3d graphics
I think it's time for nokia to wisen-up
i'm not saying they should run after android no but they should walk away from from the macro-soft and re-new their partnership with the intel
so they can make good mobile computers such like the gaint N95 8GB and N900
N95 8Gb was the good phone that nokia ever made with 3D graphics and a High quality 5 megapixel cam that much like 8 mp
I own the N900 so i know how good is the phone
you can open any web page and it also surport the flash player pages since it came up with flash player 9.4 and this was because of their partnership with the Intel
So nokia really need to go back to maemo 5 or maybe upgrade it to maemo 6 and meego and re-new their partnership with the intel make those mobile computers like the N900 then we can beat
The android the hell out of the way
I've read about the N9 and it's not as pleasing since its meego without a powerful flash player
So users wont be able to explore the full web since the phone only comes with flash player v4
And another downside of the phone is that it doesnt come with a keyboard so typing wont be as pleasing as on the other phones like E7,N900,N97 and C6
So i hate the N9 for that reason
in conclusion i can say that i still think nokia can make it without the noisy android
They just need to quit the macrosoft and upgrade to meego,maemo and intel
Intel are good in mobile computing they have got experience thats much better than the macrosoft
we all know that macrosoft never made any best selling phones but nokia did it with the symbian
Symbian is still good as well although it might need a serious upgrade and work-out
my last word to Nokia is that Nokia please quit macrosoft and focus more on upgrading to maemo,meego and intel
Nokia choose Windows.
In a world where all corporations are looking to reduce costs, in a world where security is becoming a major concern, in a world where open-source become a standard and a requirement, Nokia choose Windows.
Well Nokia should know that people are evolving and the time of children's playing game after game is history.
People want a robust, flexible, stable, scalable, portable, secure and open operating system. And sorry to tell you Nokia, this is not Windows.
Nokia, Open your mind, Open your ears, Open your eyes, Open your senses, Open your source to the world and you will win.
pocketgadget, 18 Sep 2011if n950 has not been developed where did you get one. a swift reply is awaited. thxas the title states developer only it is a nokia phone so it must have come from Nokia