In this review, I will talk about the Nokia N9, a smartphone running on the MeeGo Platform.
When Nokia announced that it was pretty much killing the MeeGo platform in place of Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7, a lot of people were left disappointed. Today the same phone which was supposed to be the first phone running on the platform has been released. The Nokia N9 may have not seen enough from the manufacturer itself, but it sure is getting a lot of love from the fans. Nokia N9 is currently extremely popular over the internet; millions of people are seen coming to different cellular sites to check it out. To find out more, read our review.
To start my review, I will talk about the design and features of the phone.
Carrying the same great high quality build from any other Nokia set, the Nokia N9 is a looker as well as a solid phone when seen from the outside. This phone could have been the flagship set for the company, but it was decided to be dumped. During the performance tests, the phone performed extremely well, even without a dual core processor powering it up, it is quite impressive.
Moving further down the review, the phone features a 3.9 inches capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels, paired with 16M colors. The AMOLED display makes the phone stand out from many of other Nokia smartphones; it is bright, clear and colorful. Inside, a single core A8 processor clocked at 1GHZ, paired with 1GB of RAM is powering it. On its rear, an 8 megapixel camera resides that can record videos of 720p HD at 30 frames. The phone ships in two different models, a 16GB one and a 64GB version, but does not allow the user to upgrade the memory. Other features include Wi-Fi connectivity and GPS functionality.
To finish off my review, I would say that the Nokia N9 is a great phone, despite its operating system being dumped; it still manages to give excellent performance paired with a very friendly user interface.