Summary: great little device but no longer supported.while it is still nice and you can access the terminal and stuff like that you cant do much else. completely unsupported as of now. but would keep it as a portable linux device.
Summary: Keyboard too small. No instructions with the phone. Harder to work out different operations. Had to Google answers. Camera only 8mp - N8 12mp. N8 sooooo much better. Also I was not informed that the charger was not compatible with Australia.
Summary: Nice phone with some good apps available fordownload. Disappointed that the warranty is only valid in the US. When I rand our NZ Nokia repairer they said it came from Dubai! Thankfully Advanced Computers in Auckland fixed it. Unfortunately it cos t me $179.00 to fix ($200.00 to buy)
Summary: Beautiful phone... Pros: Battery with normal use, design, swipe functionality, back camera. Cons: Functionality of front camera - need app to use (horrible). Apps - can't download many normal apps such as bank accounts or credit cards.
Summary: I bought a new Nokia N9 in January of this year for use on T-Mobile's network. I just switched to an iPhone 4S this week. At the time I was using a Google Nexus (Android). At the time, I didn't feel like Android or it's apps was polished enough for prime time.
Summary: This is my first ever review for anything, after looking at the phone I absolutely fell in love with it. I'm an avid user of electronics, I consider myself as a geek. I have used android phones, I have an iPad and I have seen windows phone in action. I really dont like the hype of iPhone.