We immediately fell in love with the Nokia N9 when we first saw it in July 2011. It’s 3.9 inches, AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with 16M colors evidently makes this phone on par with the iPhone. 5 months later, Nokia and Smart formally launched it and put more power to the finger as it’s the first and probably only phone we ever came across with that demoted the value of home buttons. The word ‘swipe’ became sexier than ever.
I had the chance to tinker the elusive Nokia N9 at Nokia’s exclusive event last Thursday. Check out the raw pictures and my first impressions below.
Nokia N900 user can now get the chance to upgrade their phones to the latest firmware, Public Release 1.3, which boast hundreds of bug fixes and an upgrade in the usability of the phone’s graphics chip.
Nokia finally launched 4 new phones during the recent Nokia World 2010 – the brand spanking communicator and ultimate business phone, the E7; the sexiest Symbian^3 device C6; the super fast and super social C7; and the world’s best camera phone, the N8.
Meego UX (user experience) pre-Alpha 1.1 for handhelds was released yesterday while President Noynoy was taking his oath as Philippines 15th president. N900 users itched to install it in their phones, but initial reports said that the released code is not compatible with the Nokia N900. Is this the end for N900’s hope to have Meego OS? The answer is – No! Meego OS runs on the Nokia N900 after all. Read, view the video and hit the comments.
The moment I’ve been waiting for is here.
Official Meego repository for N900 is now live. Click this link to take a peek. Thanks to @wonderhelm for tweeting about this.
This is probably old news for Maemo fans but for those of you out there who are not yet aware, Meego is the lovechild of Maemo and Moblin