Thursday, February 23, 2012

Nokia N9 Review

Nokia N9 is the last hurray of Nokia before making the transition to a manufacturer of Windows Phone. It is their custom version of the operating system MeeGo, which is based on Linux, and it is an operating system completely based on modern and elegant touch. It's fast, intuitive and makes excellent use of gestures. Case in point: Double Click on the screen cell phone to wake sleeping, and then proceed to unlock. Drag down or right to close an application and the home screen. Slide to see on the home screen, the system tray and social networks, and the drawer under the thumbnails of all open applications.
The N9 has a 3.9 "AMOLED screen with Anti-Glare technology and Nokia in black and technology. Blacks are deep, vibrant colors and dazzling is in fact less of a problem to most touchscreen phones . It is 854 x 480 pixels with Gorilla glass, an accelerometer and an ambient light sensor. The phone runs on a 1GHz CPU OMAP unique to heart, and although it does cross the boundary, the phone is generally very fast .

The design is minimalist, elegant and unique. The Nokia 800 Lumia inherits the design, and it's a good thing. The unibody polycarbonate which is durable and does not show that fading scratches. It's wonderful in the hand and is very thin. The phone is about the same size as the iPhone 4S, despite the big screen.
This is a penta-band 3G phone with HSPA + 14.4, which means it works on T-Mobile and AT & T as well as overseas. It is sold unlocked, but you need to get from here will not be sold to importers in the United States because it directly to Nokia. Like the iPhone, it uses a micro-SIM. The bad news? It goes for about $ 700, and Nokia is that 90,000 or more. The worse news? This is his first and last smartphone MeeGo harmattan. There is an impasse. There are third party applications on the Ovi Store on the device, but I do not expect the selection to grow too much where it is today.
The Nokia N9 has an excellent 8-megapixel back of the head unit with a dual LED flash. It can record 720p video and it takes sharp pictures as good as top phones 8 megapixel camera on the market. It has the usual WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS and maps. The phone has 16 gigs of internal memory (Nokia says it's a concert version and 64) and no expansion slot.
We love almost everything about the Nokia N9, and this bodes well for the Nokia 800 Lumia Windows Mobile, which uses hardware almost identical. We would give the starting note N9 higher, but the high price, very limited availability and Nokia, the claim that they do not develop more MeeGo this phone over a collecting device as an everyday purchase higher.

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