Nokia N9 Review – Naturally Smart

| September 22, 2011 | 48 Replies

Here’s a three-part Nokia N9 review, in Swedish by the folks of

Nokia N9 in the test – Part 1
Nokia N9 in the test – Part 2
Nokia N9 in the test – Part 3

  • Gives a goofy smile to the reviewers face on start up – N9 seems like a very eager puppy.
  • Tap to activate screen is easy and intuitive
  • Smile comes from the feeling of “here’s how it should work” after using N9.
  • No tabbed browsing, but you can open new browser windows (like N900)
  • Internet speed ‘so fast’
  • Nokia working hard in Sweden to get major Swedish apps on MeeGo
  • Apparently you get calendar information when you sync mail too. That’s cool (and very important to me)
  • Plays movies in all formats without protest
  • Drag and drop music or use Nokia link to talk to services such as iTunes. This btw works on a mac.
  • This is interesting, flash on the N9 almost looks like xenon flash. Really? Nokia said they’ve improved the dual LED again over the excellent ones in the N86. Note the N8’s xenon is not really as bright as say the N82. I suppose F.2.2 also helps here..
  • Questions why Nokia went Windows Phone – would be a pity not to help make N9 succeed.
That was just a quick skim over.
Thanks to guest for the tip!

Category: MeeGo, Nokia, Nseries

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