Summary: The seller, Worldwide Distributors, sold me a defective phone that as of right now is completely useless. The first thing I did was to contact them in order to get some support. They answered that their return policy (which I wasn't aware of anyways) had already expired, so I should contact the...
Summary: Nokia N9 is not to the expectation. It freezes most of the time after I just take one picture using the camera. It often request me to RESTART. All the applications are not accessiable apart from contacts and messages. The battery life is hopeless because is uses up just in one day on standby mode.
Summary: N9 is a great phone if all is fine with it. If you were to have any problem with it beyond 30 days that Amazon policy warrants, you are on your own. Nokia N9 has NO WARRANTY and NO SUPPORT in USA, unlike the previous generation Nokia N900.
Summary: The phone died after 6 days (device malfunctioning). It was sent to another city to be repaired which took 2 weeks and came back scratched and broken so had to be sent back. When it came back there were still scuff marks on the metal plate and a small scratch on the glass.
Excerpt: The worst phone I have ever had - there is not one feature that I like about it - no front camera, no voice dialling or commands, no video calling, wont connect to my wi-fi, cant hear it ring or message alerts (changed ringtone many times), limited options.