Fantastic design and build quality, Bright and clear screen, Slick and easy to use software
Durable build; scratch-resistant screen; simple and functional OS; decent camera.
Gorgeous hardware design, excellent display, solid camera
Simply gorgeous design, modern and enjoyable OS, lovely AMOLED display.
Beautiful design; fast camera; innovative UI.
Beautiful design, fluid interface, excellent screen and amazing camera.
Good, unique design, Unique, simple UI, Solid camera performance
Wonderful unibody design, Intuitive MeeGo user interface, Impressive screen clarity, Long battery mileage
Physically gorgeous, Works on both AT&T and T-Mobile, Excellent screen.
Limited thirdparty apps, First and last MeeGo phone, Below average battery life
Some functions don't work due to missing apps; Nokia has discontinued development for Meego.
Weak app ecosystem, occasional performance bugs, you can't buy it in most markets
Expensive, not many will be made, Nokia doesn't intend to continue developing MeeGo OS.
Average processor; terrible multitasking performance; dead on launch.
Not much in terms for future applications, battery life could be better
No future for the OS, Occasionally buggy UI, Extremely limited app support
Sluggish user interface
OS is dead on arrival, Sluggish browser, Poor app selection, Limited video file playback.
By PCWorld India on November 29, 2011
Nokia N9 is the Finnish manufacturer’s first Meego based phone with Swipe gestures....85
By mobile-review.com us on November 29, 2011
Contents: In the box: Positioning Nokia views the device as its flagship, which is surprising, because Stephen Elop mentioned in his interview for the Finnish periodical Helsingin Sanomat, that no matter what sales will the product achieve this...-
By FoneArena on November 27, 2011
After a few hours with the N9 in my hands, I was even more convinced (as if that was possible) of why Nokia had to make the decision to go with Windows Phone as its main Operating System. Despite the sheer joy of discovering a new OS, using and...-
By FoneArena on November 26, 2011
For the past two days, I have had one of the most elite and exclusively available smartphones in my hands: the Nokia N9. Prior to trialling this unit, I was what you can call an N9-virgin: I knew it had something called Swipe, I knew there was a...-
By PCWorld New Zealand on November 24, 2011
In a world of metal and plastic smartphones, the polycarbonate unibody of the Nokia N9 is like a fashion model among marathon runners. Yes, they’re all pretty slim, but only one is going to turn heads based on looks alone.That’s shallow, but...60
By VR-Zone on November 22, 2011
The N9 is a great phone. Even with a dead on launch hanging over its head, I would still rate its design, usability and functionality very highly. With such excellent hardware, a lot can be expected from future Nokia offerings. The biggest downer,...80
By TechCentral on November 21, 2011
Summing it all up, the Nokia N9 is a beautiful phone. The phone handles all programs wonderfully, and its OS allows for smooth web surfing and watching videos. But despite its minimalistic beauty and the brilliant software, it's sad when...70
By CoolSmartphone on November 18, 2011
The Nokia N9 is a weird beast. It runs the MeeGo Harmattan OS and has been released after a so-called elopocalypse when Nokia’s new CEO Stephen Elop controversially turned towards the Windows Phone platform, ditching both homegrown smartphone...-
By Pocketnow on November 17, 2011
The Nokia N9 is a solid phone and MeeGo is a nice little platform. With the swipe gesture at its core, the Nokia N9 brings a neat concept to the table: the button-less phone, or “pure-touch” as Nokia calls it. Of course Google adopted this...80
By MobileBurn on November 09, 2011
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. The Nokia N9 has had quite a storied life, even though it was only announced just this summer. Revealed in June, the N9 was the first MeeGo-powered smartphone built by the Nokia, and as it turns out, it is...80