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.
We just got back from a party hosted by Smart Communications and Nokia Philippines at Privé (The Fort BGC). The party was like “finger-lickin'” good! Free drinks and cocktail foods and we saw a lot… yeah…A LOT of celebrities, bloggers, writers, DJs, etc. Check out our photos.
Last Wednesday, Nokia finally launched the Nokia N9 in the Philippines. Touted as the last Meego phone of Nokia, the N9 will be available through Smart Communications. The phone will also be available via Nokia Stores nationwide if you want a Network unlocked device. How much? Find out more!
The lush, vibrant, powerful and the only publicly available Meego Nokia phone, the Nokia N9, is finally coming to the Philippines through the country’s leading wireless service provider.
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.
Last year’s conference was made memorable by the announcement of 4 phones – N900, X6, N97 Mini and Booklet 3G. What will they launch this time?