- Weight: 15.84 ounces
Nokia N9 16GB 3G Wifi GPS NFC GSM Unlocked MeeGo Touchscreen (Black)
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- MeeGo-Harmattan 1.2 OS
- Will be delivered straight to your door on September 23rd 2011
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards (e.g. H20, Straight Talk, and select prepaid carriers). Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin.
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Top Customer Reviews
Then after a year of use, I decided to jump the N9 ship.
I was afraid that Nokia couldn't pull a consistent user experience around the phone. To be frank, I was glad that wasn't the case here.
Unboxing went on very smoothly, quick guide was informative enough, obviously they've taken few pointers from a certain fruit company. The device is gorgeous, you really have to see it for yourself to determinate why all the fuzz.
The only minus was the fliphatch holding the USB port is a bit stiff to open, since you have to press a tiny bump with your fingernails. Also bear in mind that N9 uses the Micro-SIM card, so consult your carrier before starting to ruin your current normal sized SIM card with scissors.
A quick start application launches up the first time you start your phone and it guides you through the different swiping actions.
And when talking about swipe, it's hardwired to the user interface everywhere (although, applications can override this). Swipe to the left or right and you'll be taken to one of the three main views. Notifications, where all your FB, Twitter, RSS Feeds, weather data or missed call notifications are seen. Application view, this is probably the most Nokiasque view of them all, is a grid of apps. Unfortunately creating folders in this view isn't allowed yet but this's coming in next OS update. And the last but least is the multitasking view. All the programs open are displayed here and it's showing live applications, no screenshots here. I've opened more than 15 apps at the time at it doesn't seem to impact performance level that much.Read more ›
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I used a SIM cutter to make a micro-SIM out of my AT&T SIM and inserted it. The out of the box experience is a vast improvement - you charge it, power it up, and you get a mini tutorial including using swipe. And from there, you really don't need a tutorial or instruction guide. Within 10 minutes I had loggied into Facebook, Skype, Twitter, set up my RSS feeds, my work and home email, changed a couple of settings like the ring tone, loaded my contacts (Ovi), gave the browser a spin (zippy and great user experience design), checked the weather (nasty snowstorm in October!), downloaded a free game from Nokia store, synched my music from iTunes, checked out Maps and Drive, and did one level of Angry Birds. All with a click on one of the icons on the main screen.
I put it down and came back, and went to my notifications screen. SMS, email, calls, Facebook updates from my friends...everything in a few scrolls. I swiped over to the open applications listing, touched and held for a few seconds, and closed everything. Then, I finally made my first call. I then realized I had been in love with this device from the first minute.Read more ›
Why did I buy this phone?
I never buy my phones without testing them in person(in a store/friends mobile). The only phone I have bought without testing is the original iPhone, which was an exceptional device. I saw a demo of Nokia N9 back in June 2011 and I was really excited about how the 'swipe' worked. If you don't know, 'Swipes' are a great way to do many things on the N9, like switch between apps, close apps,task switcher etc., I suggest you watch a video demo on youtube, since its difficult to write it down. They are a bit like multi-touch gestures on the iPhone, but totally next-gen and much more functional. I thought 'cool phone' but didn't bother to know more about it. But when the phone is released I was kinda interested to test it out, but to my disappointment the phone is nowhere sold in the United States. So, I took a risk and purchased this phone on Amazon, a bit reluctant and skeptical since this is imported from Europe. Another reason, the phone is Pentaband & Unlocked so it works on both AT&T /T-Mobile (including 3G and HSDPA), so I don't have to worry about carrier lock-ins.
Package Opening/First Impressions:
When the package arrived, I eagerly opened the box and the Phone is just *GORGEOUS*. I didn't expect it to be that beautiful and well designed.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A stellar piece of technology !!
Excellent hardware and stunning look
And OS is smooth and intuitive and responsive
A tad bit old for the present standards and lack... Read more
I do not own this phone, mearly an observation of this transitional phone that interested me until I read the specs and short comings of it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by JGB
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. Read morePublished 18 months ago by that guy
This phone is still better than 95% of the phones on the market today. Even though, if you notice, the amount of unlocked phone choices have dropped by about 50%. Read morePublished on December 29, 2013 by Bamba
Had this phone for 2 months and so far am mostly pleased. If you are looking for something other than Apple or Android, you should definitely consider this one-of-a-kind Meego... Read morePublished on December 18, 2013 by beelzebub
This is an international phone, but it does not specify this in the ad. It is not fully compatible with what is needed in the US.Published on September 10, 2013 by Debbie Schlafly
i was bought it but some problem i was returned it, i suggest don't buy it. this is very pro quality.Published on August 16, 2013 by Abdul Ahad Khan