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>Nokia N9 Review

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Once again will surprise you at Wayerless and this time we bring SuperMegaHiperReview  one of the last teams in the Finnish Nokia. I refer to the N9, a smartphone that operates with the operating system MeeGo Harmattan,features a 3.9 inch AMOLED screen, 8 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 1 GHz processor, TV-out, HD video recording, technology NFC and Dolby Mobile.

The Nokia N9 is one of the last existing successful teams Nseries line and becomes the replacement for the Nokia N8 also successful. The design of this smartphone is a novel concept because it completely eliminates any key on the front and is nowfully touch. Unfortunately this team does not have a good future is assured, asStephen Elop took the drastic decision to take a different path and maximizeWindows Phone 7 bypassing the N9 and dismissing as a product in major global markets, sentencing him to a “death “premature as well as with the N900.


2G Network: GSM-GPRS-EDGE 850/900/1800/1900

3G Network: HSDPA 850/900/1700/1900/2100

Dimensions: 116.5 x 61.2 x 12.1 mm, weight 135 grams

Display: 3.9 inch AMOLED with 16 million colors, the capacitive type16:9 image aspect and resolution of 480 × 854 pixels.

Storage: 16 GB

Operating System: OS 1.2 MeeGo Harmattan

Processor: ARM Cortex-A8 1 GHz

Chip Graphic: PowerVR SGX530


Camera: 8 megapixels (3264 × 2448) with dual LED flash, auto focus, face detection, optical Carl Zeiss, HD video recording in 720p 1280 × 720 with manual or auto focus and VGA front camera

Connector: MicroUSB 2.0 high speed standard 3.5mm audio output jack

Wireless connections: Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and EDR, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, NFC, Wi-Fi Hotspot and A-GPS

Battery: BV-5JW of 1450 mAh Li-Ion type

Colors: Black (the one we tested), Cyan, Magenta, Glossy white

Other: Works with MicroSim incorporates Angry Birds Magic games (NFC), Galaxy on Fire 2, Real Golf 2011 and Need For Speed ??Shift, Facebook and Twitterintegrated Nokia Maps application, Skype and YouTube built in, among others.


I think the vast majority of the Nokia Nseries line have been characterized by elegantand stylish designs, and the N9 is no exceptionThis team has a design that exudeselegance with striking design you have. In size, I could compare it with the Galaxy SII and N9 is a little smaller, walk nearly equal thicknessand weight the N9 turns out to be a little heavier. However, the team did not bother at all when it‘s in yourpockets, it’s really convenient to carry.

Its dimensions are 116.5 x 61.2 x 12.1 mm and its weight is 135 grams with battery.The design of this equipment could say it’s almost perfect as it has no parts nor is ituncomfortable places that are loose, everything is in place. What impresses the design of this equipment is that it is all sealed, no places to be seen to open the equipment. As I see it, if one wants to disarm, I think it must be done from the same screen because I see other places where you can disarm.

Well, we begin to examine the design: the front of N9 can see its 3.9 inch screen, followed by the logo “NOKIA”, we also see the headset, proximity sensor andambient light, and finally the camera front, which is located down the right.

In the back of the machine, we can see the color of the environment where we can see the chrome logo “NOKIA” and “Carl Zeiss Tessar,” accompanied by the 8-megapixel camera and dual LED flash.

On the sides, specifically the left side of the computer, do not we find anything. Go to the right side, we find three chrome colored keysOne is used to lock / unlock the screen and turn off / turn on the computer, the other two serve to increase or decrease the volume and digital zoom camera.

At the top, we find the audio output jack 3.5 mm, then comes the MicroUSB portwhich is protected by a plastic cover, and next we find the MicroSIM card input, whichis inserted means of a removable trayBelow the equipment, we find the speaker and microphone.
Nokia N9 l has a design that love, although it is almost the same as we do with the Lumia 800, which is well appreciated. The terms that have good design is good and is well smart, so I put the highest mark in the design of N9. Apart from that anyone who showed the N9, the first thing that caught his eye was just the design, and everyone loved it.
Harmattan MeeGo 1.2 is an operating system that really promised and fed up, and it worked super well, had many interesting effects, but how to use it a bit complicated at first who first used Meegan, but then you get used to. Unfortunately, the decision made by Stephen Elop to take a different path and maximize Windows Phone 7 N9 aside and dismissing this as a product in major global markets, sentenced him to death and thus assured the app store is pretty poor in content because no developers interested in a platform that has no future.
I quite liked the camera, the result obtained when capturing a picture with the N9 are excellent, with good colors and good definition. Unfortunately I can not say the same for the videos. It’s not that bad out the videos, but I think they have very low quality, because record videos with the DivX codec (which many prefer not due to poor quality) and also burn to 7705 Kbps is not enough for the video to stay with acceptable quality.
The music player is pretty good, I liked its design and functions they have, but it is unacceptable that does not have an equalizer to enhance the audio. The only improvement that can be applied is the surround sound effect that delivers Dolby Headphone. Luckily in the app store I found a player that is equal to the original but has equalizer.
The video player I found it more or less no more, because it is basic. On the screen, I found it pretty good, has good definition, good colors and good brightness, which is thanks enough.
The battery I found it excellent! It has very good length, note that MeeGo know very well manage energy consumption, which I liked a lot.
Now, if you ask me if I buy this computer or not, the answer is NO. Why? Because the operating system of this team is good, has no future because it discontinued Nokia. If I buy it, it would be exactly the same as if I had a Nokia with Symbian 5th Edition. That is the sad reality experienced this great team and will happen the same thing happened to another machine called the N900.

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