Nokia's Flagship Store in Helsinki, Finland has started taking pre-orders for the MeeGo-based Nokia N9. Itís been just three days, but all available pre-orders for the 64GB N9 version are already reserved.
The N9 will be available in 16 and 64GB versions, so the 16GB unit is the only option in left in Finland. Whatever stock Nokia is preparing for its Flagship Store in Helsinki, it seems it wonít be enough, because all the available pre-order units will be reserved very soon.
Itís really nice to see the N9 has generated such interest - something the company has had trouble with for quite some time. Let's hope Nokia will do well on the MeeGo support too, otherwise it will be hard to trust it that much again in the future.
I just bought one - it's still performing software updates. I bought it because I just discovered the Qt 4 programming environment/tools. I'm going to start pumping out some MeeGo magic :)
Who cares if they won't support it for years to come... in a years time, we'll all be movin' on to other phones
It's still too early to dismiss Meego. I personally hope they(Nokia or whoever decide to continue on meego) will succeed with Meego. It's a fresh unlike iOS and Android.