Summary: The Nokia N9 is, without doubt, one of the most fascinating phones of the last few years. The tale of its development and launch interweaves almost all the multivariate strands of the Nokia narrative. It is simultaneously the last big hurrah for the Nokia of old and the first showing of what the new Nokia, steered by Stephen Elop, is capable of.
Pros: Utterly gorgeous, Innovative, fresh UI, Quick camera operation
Cons: Doomed ecosystem, Old processor, Unstable software
Conclusion: We love almost everything about the Nokia N9, and that bodes well for the Nokia Lumia 800 Windows phone that uses nearly identical hardware. We'd give the N9 a higher start rating, but the high price, extremely limited availability and Nokia's statement that they won't be developing MeeGo anymore make this phone more of a collector's device than an everyday higher end purchase.
Pros: Simply gorgeous design, modern and enjoyable OS, lovely AMOLED display.
Cons: Expensive, not many will be made, Nokia doesn't intend to continue developing MeeGo OS.
Conclusion: Nokia is well known for their camera quality and the N9 certainly does not disappoint. The Carl Ziess lens based camera takes beautiful pictures and takes them reasonably fast as long as flash is not involved. Using the dual LED flash will result in the familiar but minimal lag. The N9 is also capable of taking hi-def videos at 720P which is a tad bit disappointing as most new high-end cameras can take full 1080p videos.
Summary: The Nokia N9 introduces an innovative new design where the home key is replaced by a simple gesture: a swipe. The industrial design of the Nokia N9 is an example of extreme product making and craft. The body is precision-machined from a single piece of polycarbonate and flows seamlessly into beautiful curved glass.
Pros: + Attractive one-piece design, + Responsive UI, + Meego OS is a refreshing change from Symbian
Cons: - Camera needs some work, - microSIM and microUSB port are difficult to open, - Nokia N9, - Power Plug, - Charger, - Micro-USB cable, - 3.5mm Headset, - Protective cover
Nokia N9 review: The N9 is without a doubt Nokia's slickest smartphone ever
Good Gear Guide.au
25 January 2012
Summary: The Nokia N9 is the best looking and slickest smartphone Nokia has ever built. It's a combination of superbly built hardware and slick, easy to use, elegant software. However, it's priced too high to compete with iOS and Android alternatives and we can't help but feel it's about 18 months too late.
Pros: Fantastic design and build quality, Bright and clear screen, Slick and easy to use software
Cons: Limited third-party apps, First and last MeeGo phone, Below average battery life
Excerpt: Nokia N9'un Türkiye lansmanına gittiğim gün farkettim ki Nokia Microsoft'a hazırlanıyor. Hem Nokia N9 sunumundaki slaytlar, hem MeeGo'nun N9'da en çok dikkat çeken özelliği olan "kaydırma" özelliği, bana doğrudan Windows Phone 7'yi hatırlatmıştı. Haklı da çıktım. Nokia N9, Nokia Lumia 800'ün hazırlığı için kullanılan, kasası ve donanımı aynı olan cihaz.
Pros: Tek parça kasa, Piyasadaki en güzel görünen akıllı telefon, Dokunmatik çok hassas
Cons: Hantal işletim sistemi, Hafıza kartı desteğinin olmaması
Conclusion: O Nokia N9 é um bom smartphone, mas possui limitações principalmente por causa de seu sistema operacional alternativo, que apesar de ser excelente para desenvolvedores e amantes de plataformas abertas, atrapalha um pouco a navegação do usuário padrão. Por isso, o preço com que chegou ao Brasil pode ser considerado um absurdo: R$ 1.699.
Pros: Ótima câmera, Design bonito e diferenciado, Bom hardware
Cons: Sistema operacional alternativo, Trava com frequência, Muito caro