Friday, July 29, 2011

iPhone 5 "dream" brings echoes of Nokia N9

The phone concept by designer Antoine Brieux community is appreciated.
Appeared before, the designer Antoine Brieux iPhone revised form 5 ideas andreceived positive feedback from the community network. The handset thinner thaniPhone 4 colleagues, owns a similar style Nokia N9, built-wing ultra-lightmagnesium alloy and durable, many color choices chassis, 4-inch screen displayfeatures the retina Retina tension, standard headphone jack 3.5 mm, the physicalHome button on the front ...
Besides, the iPhone 5 is equipped with 8 Megapixel camera for Full-HD video,LED flash lights flash, A5-chip dual-core processor, super-strong glass layer GorillaGlass screen protector, built-in system iOS 5


 Pictures appear for iPhone Case 5
Page 9to5 Mac has released the image to be shells silicon case for iPhone 5.Accessories include sizes thinner than shells support the iPhone 4 today. Based onthere, experts predict five iPhone owners at the corner curved design, smaller waistiPhone 4, 4-inch 
screen and press the Home button bigger.
 In the past, the wing protects iPhone iPad 2 or 4 were leaked on the net for the frame design of these products. So the user can fully expect the continuing storybecomes the truth.

Credit cards ready?This phone is orgasmic.--Nokia N9

、Let's wait until we find out how much it cost first before we judge this phone. You can get the Galaxy S for Php18,600, LG Black for Php17,990.

The LG black uses the same CPU, GPU, and chipset as the N9.

The Galaxy S also uses the same CPU but with a faster GPU than the N9.

、It will be 600 USD as I have gathered from mynokiablog. Yah, the specs are not as good as LG and Sammy. I'd still take a dive though.

、Point taken. I'd still buy this sh!t though.

、Battery backup ng N9 un lang panget sa specs.




Thursday, July 28, 2011

Nokia N9 smartphone MeeGo il 18 Agosto il debutto nei negozi

Nokia con sistema operativo MeeGo verrà venduto, a partire dal 18 Agosto nei negozi Kazaki al prezzo di 685 $.
Come sappiamo, il Nokia N9 è da poco stato approvato dalla Federal Communications Commission (FCC), il che suggerisce che lo smartphone verrà commercializzato anche sul territorio statunitense.


Il Nokia N9 MeeGo uscirà in due versioni, 16 GB e 64 GB. Ricordiamo che il display è da 3,9 pollici con processore da 1 GHz e fotocamera da 8 megapixel.

Per chi volesse pre-ordinare online in Nokia N9 lo potrà fare tramite il sito di Expansys

Nokia N9 Announced:Nokia N9 Launching on 15th September on Swiss Orange ?

Its been quite a long time since Ive submitted anything truly worthwhile about this blog. On the other hand, its been quite a long time since theres already been any useful Nokia information. And therefore, after the four-month hiatus, its period again to check out one associated with Nokias most recent phones: the actual oft-rumored N9.

Whenever we last remaining Nokia, the software application development had introduced that it might be going the way in which of the actual Windows Telephone, in that which was probably one of the greatest deals in between two from the largest technology companies available. Nokias 2 last systems  Symbian as well as MeeGo  were likely to be jettisoned, within the hope which moving in order to Windows might give Nokia the flexibleness to innovate each software as well as hardware. Symbian experienced, more or even less, be a dying system, and MeeGo wasnt living as much as its expectations like a savior for that company:
MeeGo Experts report that the long awaited Nokia N9 might be available via Swiss Orange starting September 15th. The website has put up a page for the MeeGo Harmattan device and listed 15th September as date of availability alongside the specifications.
The Nokia N9 comes with a large 3.9″ AMOLED curved glass display. The phone runs a custom build of MeeGo which uses a proprietary 3 panel Swipe-UI. The camera is an 8MP unit and captures 720p video at 30FPS.
Several weeks later, Oistämö nevertheless struggles to attend tears. “MeeGo have been the group hope from the company, ” he or she says, “and wed arrived at the conclusion how the emperor experienced no clothing. Its not really a nice point. ”
However the release from the N9 demonstrates that perhaps, just perhaps, MeeGo isnt totally done with regard to.

Lets begin with the specifications. Nokia isnt tugging any your punches here using the N9 (that honestly appears like an ipod device Nano combined with an N8), a bag of chips that sports activities a 3. 9-inch AMOLED show, 8 megapixel digital camera (showcasing Carl Zeiss optics), HIGH DEFINITION video documenting, Gorilla cup, and NFC assistance. It operates MeeGo 1. two. It additionally looks (given, this is in the promo movie) sleek as heck, with a good interface which looks, with regard to once, slightly in front of the curve.

Gone would be the Home control keys (equipment or software program) associated with yesteryear. Nokias offering the simplicity from the N9 more than everything, for the reason that all it requires is only a simple swipe. Swipe in order to scroll, swipe to maneuver through your house screens, as well as swipe to reduce your programs. And speaking of the house screens, youve obtained three of these here: the application launcher, your multitask look at (like the N900s), last but not least, your notice page that shows skipped calls and social networking updates.

Everything concerning the N9 appears impressive  as well impressive, perhaps. Whats Nokias performing here? Theyve put aside MeeGo with regard to Windows Telephone, but place the limelight back having a hell of the device. I dont quite have it. But I must hand this to Nokia: the very first release prospect of MeeGo (1. 1) looked nothing beats this. Im amazed it got this particular far.

Regrettably, theres no discuss price or even availability (however), other compared to generic “The Nokia N9 is actually scheduled to stay stores later this season, with accessibility and nearby pricing to become announced nearer to the product sales start. ”.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Nokia N9 vs LG OPtimus Black

The Nokia N9 was announced on June 2011 and the LG Optimus Black was announced on January 2011.
 Nokia N9 vs LG Optimus black
 
Nokia N9
LG Optimus Black


Comparison of the phone specification between Nokia N9 and LG Optimus Black as below.

ModelNokia N9LG Optimus Black
RRP PriceRM 1725-
AP Price-RM 1230
Market StatusComing SoonNew Model
TechnologyGSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
HSDPA
Hardware /Processor CPU1GHz Cortex A8 CPU, PowerVR SGX530 GPU-
Dimension(mm)116.5 x 61.2 x 12.1121 x 63.5 x 9.2
Item Weight135109
Available ColourBlack, Cian, Magenta-
Screen size3.9 inches, 480 x 854 pixels4.3 inch, 480x800, Touchscreen (Multi-Touch), NOVA display
Screen ColorAMOLED touchscreen, 16M colorsTFT 16M colors
Design TypeCandybarBlok
QWERTY-KeyboardNoNo
Navigation keyAccelerometer & Proximity sensorAccelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate
PhonebookUnlimited-
Internal Memory16/64 GB storage, 1 GB RAM512 MB RAM / 2GB Storage
Memory ExpansionNomicroSD, up to 32GB
Battery TypeLi-Ion 1450 mAhLi-Ion 1500 mAh
Talk Time(minutes)Up to 11 h (2G) / Up to 7 h (3G)
Standby Time (hours)Up to 380 h (2G) / Up to 450 h (3G)
Entertainment
PolyphonicYesYes
MP3YesYes
FMRadioNoYes
Video SupportMP4/H.264/H.263/WMV playerMP4/H.264/H.263/WMV player
Audio SupportMP3/WAV/eAAC+/WMA/FLAC playerMP3/WAV/WMA/eAAC+ player
3.5 mm audio jack
GamesAngry Birds Magic (NFC), Galaxy on Fire 2, Real Golf 2011; downloadable-
Connectivity
BluetoothYes, v2.1 with A2DP, EDRYes, v2.1 with A2DP
Infrared (IrDA)NoNo
USB portYesYes
EDGEClass 33Yes
Support 3GYesYes
Data Types/GPRSClass 33Yes
WIFIWi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/nYes, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n (world's first Wi-Fi Direct)
HSDPAHSDPA, 14.4 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.7 MbpsYes, HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps, HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
GPSYesYes
Data Modem--
Data cablemicroUSB v2.0microUSB
Messaging
SMSYesYes
EMSNoNo
MMSYesYes
EmailYesYes
Instant Messagingundefinedundefined
PTT/POCNoNo
Software
Java(J2ME)YesYes
WAPYes Ver 2.0Yes Ver 2.0
Platform/OSMeeGo OS, v1.2 HarmattanAndroid OS, v2.2 (Froyo)
BrowserWAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, RSS feeds-
PIM Application--
OtherApplicationDocument editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), PDF viewer, Video/photo editor, A-GPS support, Digital compass, YouTube, Google Talk, Document Viewers
Personal
ThemesYesYes
Caller IDPhotocallPhoto Caller ID
Profile IDYesYes
Camera Features
Lens TypeCMOSCMOS
Mega pixel8.05.0
Max. Resolution3264x2448 (Secondary Camera)2592 x 1944 (Secondary 2MP Camera)
Digital Zoom

FlashNoYes
Night ModeYesYes
Frame--
Extra FeaturesGeo-tagging, face detection, touch-focus, Autofocus,Carl Zeiss opticsautofocus, Geo-tagging, world's first 2MP front camera
VideoYes, 720p@30fpsYes
Video Format--
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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Nokia N9 opened Wishlist: Price 472 Euros

A month ago we were covering the official launch of Nokia N9. Nokia N9 is the first smartphone in the Finnish company’s portfolio to feature the brand new MeeGo operating system, but it seems that will also be the only one coming with this OS.

The news saying that Nokia N9 will be the only smartphone with MeeGo, made Nokia fans want it less, but a Nokia official assured the future customers of the device that the company will provide support for MeeGo, for a long period of time.
Although we expected Nokia N9, the first MeeGo smartphone to hit the market somewhere towards the end of the year, today we found out that N9 appeared in Russia, in the pre-order section of the Nokia official website.
We we first saw the specs of the new Nokia N9 we were not impressed: it comes with a 3.9-inch AMOLED display, 1GB of RAM, and 1GHz chipset, unfortunately not a member of the dual-core family. But once you look closer and see the browsing experience, the gesture control and the fluid user interface, you realize that Nokia N9 has all the requirements of a future sales hit.
Now that Nokia N9 is available for pre-order in Russia, we wonder when the MeeGo-powered device will hit other countries. The last time when the press rumored about Nokia N9, it was said that the device will be officially launched in September, with a price tag of $660 for the 16GB version of the smartphone.
The Nokia N9 pre-order availability in Russia was revealed after My Nokia Blog received a tip from one of their readers. We are eager to see Nokia’s official reaction about this news and also see if the N9 is really available for pre-order in the East European country.

But Nokia last month to the next higher level within the tanıtttığı MeeGo-based intelligentN9 Wishlist opened.

According to the information contained in the Nokia blog, which is one ofKazakhstan's most popular online selling sites Wishlist Technodom companyentered the list for the distribution of the model with the specified date August 26.When we look at the price, which is encountered in 99.990 euros on the basis ofKazakhstan Tenge'si corresponds to 472 euros. From this, if we possibly havebeen included in the model, taxes and other costs we anticipate will be sold around1,300 TL. Of course, yet impossible to say anything definitive.


N9' technical specifications are as follows:

MeeGo 1.2 operating system
TI OMAP 3630 (1 GHz) mobile processor
1GB RAM

3.9-inch (854 x 480) AMOLED display using curved glass
116.45 x 61.2 x 12.1 mm, 135 grams
16/64GB of internal memory
HD (720p) video recording can back 8MP camera (with Carl Zeiss optics, auto.Focus, dual LED flash)
VGA front camera
Dolby Headphone and Dolby Digital + audio technologies support
3G (HSDPA 14.4Mbps), Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1 connections
GPS, NFC, micro-USB slot
1450 mAh battery

MeeGo’s Promising ‘Debut’ in Nokia’s New N9

When Nokia unveiled its newest phone on Tuesday, June 21, it wasn't a Windows Phone 7 device. The Nokia N9 uses the MeeGo operating system, which Nokia originally intended to succeed its aging Symbian OS. With Nokia having adopted Windows Phone 7 as its primary platform, MeeGo was relegated to "experimental" status. That might prove to be a viable backup plan, judging from early impressions of the new smartphone.
Nokia's big problem has never been its handset hardware. The N9 continues a tradition of smart industrial design paired with capable components. A 3.9-inch, curved Gorilla Glass display dominates the phone's front face, which is buttonless. A penta-band radio ensures support for voice and mobile broadband data on many global networks, while an NFC chip allows for the possibility of simple device pairing and wireless payments.The camera specifications are typical high-end Nokia: an 8-megapixel sensor with Carl Zeiss optics, dual-LED flash and wide aperture (f/2.2) that allows for excellent low-light use.A PDF with the full specs can be found here.


Software, particularly the user interface, was the big issue for Nokia. Symbian went from market leader to has-been after 2007, when Apple launched the touch-friendly iOS platform, followed by a number of more modern operating systems such as Google Android and Palm's webOS. Nokia attempted to enable touch on Symbian in a number of handsets, but a key difference stood out: While rivals designed and built platforms specifically tailored to touch, Nokia tried to graft touch controls onto an existing user interface. MeeGo, however, is designed for touch. Had it arrived sooner, it might have stemmed Nokia's losses.
MeeGo is finally here, if only in a single handset with no official price or release date. Both phone and OS show promise, at least in first impressions. The device unlocks with a simple double-tap of the display, while a full-screen swipe returns the user to the home area from any running application. The main interface is a trio of screens in a carousel: one for application organization; one for social networking feeds, events, and notifications; and a third that shows small previews of currently running apps you can switch among.

Nokia's N8 Soon Left Me Wanting More

That sounds good, but I'd still like to go hands-on with the device. I initially had high hopes for the Nokia N8, which sported revamped Symbian software. Notwithstanding favorable first impressions, daily use left me wanting more.
Although Nokia has deemed MeeGo an experiment, there's a chance it could become more than that. The situation reminds me of a strategy Samsung employed.Samsung is set to become the top seller of smartphones after adopting Android as its main OS while maintaining Bada, its own little experimental in-house mobile platform.Bada is doing relatively well amid estimates that it will have powered 3.5 million handsets during the first quarter of this year.
Simply put, Samsung has built market share and expertise by selling well-designed Google Android phones while building its own software platform in the background. If MeeGo is as capable as it looks, Nokia could potentially replicate Samsung's strategy by using Microsoft Windows Phone 7 to buy the time MeeGo needs to grow. MeeGo will need more than fancy hardware and smart software. Given our growing addiction to apps, it will need a wide variety of applications in its ecosystem. MeeGo's answer for that is Qt, a cross-platform framework that lets developers run their software easily on a wide range of devices.
Had MeeGo panned out as a swift response to the 2007 iPhone launch, Nokia might well have avoided the doldrums it's in today: a recent 13-year low in stock value and a sinking smartphone market share. Now the company has linked its immediate future to that of Microsoft. Should that coupling end in divorce, MeeGo could be waiting in the wings for a second date with smartphone destiny.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Nokia N9 gets August 19 launch date

Though the news is still unconfirmed, there is a possibility that the MeeGo - based Nokia N9 will not be arriving in India at all. Many consider the fate of the N9 already sealed, and the general consensus is that it will be the first and last MeeGo device from Espoo’s stables. Unfortunate yes, but we hope for the sake of the developers, as well as for consumer choice, the platform will find adoption amongst other manufacturers. Things look a bit bleak however.
Keeping all this in mind, it is hardly surprising that the industry expects Nokia to limit the sale of the N9 to select countries. Other reports, by the usually well-informed Eldar Murtazin, predict that Nokia will be making comparatively few units of the N9, less than 100,000.

The Nokia N9 is the MeeGo smartphone that many felt could have lead Nokia out of the wilderness and according to at least one retailer the fight back begins on the 19th August – just long enough for us to save up. Read on to find out more about the Nokia N9 August launch date.

The Nokia N9 is the 3.9-inch smartphone running the MeeGo OS that Nokia had pinned its hopes on prior to switching strategy to the Windows Phone platform. We’ve no idea whether it will be supported by similar devices but safe bets are saying it’s a one-off device.

YOU SHOULD READ – Nokia N9 versus Nokia N8


Nokia hasn’t made any official announcement as to when the Nokia N9 will launch, nor has it said how much it is likely to cost. However, it’s popped up on one etailer which once run through the translator states that it will ship on the 19th August. Check out the pre-order

What’s more, with a price of 99,990 KZT, which is around the £420 mark, this looks like it could be a highly affordable price-point for most folks looking to get their hands on the Nokia N9. Tempted? Let us know in the Comments below.

Nokia N9 vs. iPhone 4G: Enjoy DVD/Video with Your New Mobile Phone Easily.

iPhone4 is the largest selling high end Smartphone and have won the heart of a big portion of Smartphone lovers. Nowadays iPhone4 maybe face competition from Nokia. Now Nokia N9 is ready to give challenge to both this king Smart phones. Now, let’s begin to know more about these two fascinating smart phones.
Nokia N9
Nokia has announced the first MeeGo-based smartphone - Nokia N9. It will be available in three colors—black, cyan, and magenta—with 16GB and 64GB storage. But Nokia has already stated that is has largely abandoned Meego in favor of Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system. Still, the N9 is shaping up to be a pretty impressive device, and boasts some interesting design choices.
The most intriguing feature on the Nokia N9 is a gesture called swipe. There is no home key on the phone—when you're in an application, swiping from the edge of the display will pull up your home screen. There will be three different home screen views, designed to focus on apps, notifications, and switching between activities.
The Nokia N9 features a 3.9-incled AMOLED screen made from scratch-resistant curved glass. According to Nokia, the N9's polycarbonate body enables improved antenna performance, which may result in better reception, better voice quality, and fewer dropped calls.
The Nokia N9 allows you to easily share images and videos between devices by touching them together. There's an 8-megapixel autofocus camera with a wide-angle lens and HD-quality video capture. And it will also feature free turn-by-turn driving and walking navigation with voice guidance in Maps and a new dedicated Drive app.
iPhone 4G
The 4th iPhone generation - iPhone 4 is a dual camera device with a rear 5 Mp camera that shoots pictures in 2592×1944 pixels, is auto focus with LED flash, is capable of geo tagging and can record HD videos in 720p. It also has a secondary camera to make video calls.
It is the streamlined designing and robust built that lures customers to this smart phone and measures 115.2×58.6×9.3mm and weighs just 137g making it one of the slimmest and lightest smart phones in the market. It has a decent 3.5 inch LED back lit IPS TFT with one of the best resolutions (640×960 pixels) among smart phones.
The display is highly capacitive touch screen. It is remarkably scratch resistant with an oleophobic surface. It has all standard smart phone features like accelerometer, gyro sensor, multi touch input method and a proximity sensor. It has the ubiquitous 3.5 mm audio jack at the top.
It runs on iOS 4.3, has a powerful Cortex A9 1 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM and is available in two models with 16 GB and 32 GB internal storage as it does not support micro SD cards. The phone is Wi-Fi802.11b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetoothv2.1 with A2DP, EDGE and GPRS (class 10), and GPS with A-GPS. It has an HTML (Safari) browser that provides seamless browsing. iPhone 4 provides nice HSDPA (7.2 Mbps) and HSUPA (5.76 Mbps) speeds.
With these two powerful smart phones, we can enjoy our HD movies, music, or clear pictures anytime and anywhere. But many people probably get confused with how to get and convert DVD movies or videos into your favorite smart phones. The most effective and easy way is to use some powerful and professional Nokia N9 video converter and iPhone video conveter programs like: Nidesoft DVD Ripper and Nidesoft Video Converter to help convert DVD to Nokia N9 and iPhone 4, even other mobile phones.
Nidesoft DVD Ripper is an excellent software with powerful functions that can convert DVD files to almost all popular video and audio formats including MP4, MP3, AVI,WMV, 3GP, AVC, AAC,etc. And Nidesoft Video Converter can convert between almost all popular video and audio formats so that you can get movies and music from any format files with high quality and the super fast speed. It is really easy to use and only a few clicks were needed. You can free download the Nidesoft DVD Ripper from http://www.youtube.com/user/Pandawill2010 and Video Converter from  http://www.youtube.com/user/Pandawill2010 . Now, the specific steps will be introduced about how to get and convert DVD movies and videos with these powerful programs.
How to get movies and music from DVD?
Step1: you may open the Nideosoft DVD Ripper and load DVD movies first.
a.Open the Nidesoft DVD Ripper you have just downloaded.
b.Insert the DVD disc into the DVD Drive
c.Click the Open DVD button, browse your computer, find the DVD folder of the movie and open it.

After add your movie, you can click any title or chapter to preview it in the preview window on the right. Then you can choose any titles or chapters you want to convert by click the check boxes before them. In this way, you can choose to convert DVD with the entire movie or just convert one or several chapters.
Step 2: The Nidesoft DVD Ripper has powerful functions to help convert DVD to Nokia N9, iPhone or other smart phones that enable you edit your video during conversion. You may use the functions below to make your perfect video.
Merge: A regular DVD movie has several chapters, you can convert several chapters into one by click the blank box before merge into one file. Click the check box before any chapter you want and merge them into one file.
Crop: you can cut off the black edges of the DVD movie to watch in full screen by click the crop button. A window will be opened and you can customize the size of screen by your will.
Effect: Click the Effect button you can set special effect including gray effect and negative effect.
You can also set the brightness, contrast, saturation and volume.
Trim: as you have selected the clips to convert, you can trim any segment of the clips by clicking the trim button. You can move the slide below the screen or set the start time and end time to trim any segment.
Step 3: you may customize the output video with its full functions.
Audio Track: Select an audio track from the available audio tracks of your DVD movie.
Subtitle: Common DVD movies have several subtitles such as English, Chinese, French, etc. You can choose one language you prefer or select “None” to delete subtitle.
Profile: Click the button and show the list of profiles, you can select the profiles you want. For example, if you want to convert your DVD movies to your iPod video player, click the “iPod video MPEG-4 (*.mp4)”.
Note: If you don’t know which format to convert, you may choose the profile according to your portable player. For example, if your portable player is PSP, choose the profile “PSP Video MPEG-4 (*mp4)”
Step 4: now you can start your conversion.
After the settings finished, you can just click the Convert button to start the conversion. You can view the conversion speed at the bottom. The conversion will be completed in few minutes.
How to convert video or audio files to some formats which your player supports
For example, you have downloaded a file from YouTube is in “flv” format and you may follow the way below to convert the flv files or other video files in your computer into your portable player.
Step 1: open the Nidesoft Video Converter and load files.
a.Open this Nokia N9 video converter, Nidesoft DVD Ripper, you have just downloaded.
b.click "add Files" button and import the videos from your computer. Nidesoft video converter supports batch conversion to help you convert DVD to Nokia N9 so you can import multiple files at one time.

Friday, July 22, 2011

Nokia N9 gets naked in front of the FCC and clears FCC with teardown gallery and user guide

 Nokia’s N9 has crossed the FCC and, as is traditional, splayed its guts for all to see. Unsurprisingly, Nokia has had to do a lot of work to get everything to fit inside its narrow polocarbonate casing, though the N9 still gets pentaband WCDMA connectivity when rivals are still bumbling along with support for a mere two or three bands.

The Nokia N9, said to be the last MeeGo device that will ever ship out from Noka’s doors, has been stripped apart by the FCC, as the body puts up for parade its drawn and quartered chassis in a bunch of photos for the curious. Tests done on it have confirmed that this is a quadband 2G and pentaband 3G (2100/1900/1700/900/850 MHz) handset, and just in case you need to connect to a local Wi-Fi network, fret not – it also does 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi over 2.4 and 5GHz.

While 16GB and 64GB models were taken apart, it is pretty hard to find the difference between the two in the images. For those who are more observant, the 1,450mAh battery seems to rely on a wired connector, which means it is was clearly not meant to be easily accessible. If you are curious to know just what the user manual look (and reads) like, head on here as well.

Nokia N9 teardown at FCC, ID label shows N9 for France, India, Thailand and more?

Folks over Engadget has pointed out that Nokia’s first MeeGo smartphone N9 has passed FCC, Plus N9′s  FCC ID label reveals more  info on device availability.
 As all of we have already got much info about this MeeGo smatrtphone, but if you think you are missing some thing – Then take a look at FCC detail - It has a huge 113 page manual to keep you busy.

Here are some teardown images of N9 from FCC:




  And yes we have something more, Jay over MyNokiaBlog has pointed out that N9′s FCC ID label reveals that the device is also coming to some other countries.
Click on image to enlarge!

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Nokia N9 Contract: Perfect blend of advanced functions

The Nokia N9 has offered a tough competition to all the smart phones available in the market today. It is best available with the various Nokia N9 Contract Deals along with various free gifts and incentives for the benefit of the user.

 
Nokia is a world renowned handset manufacturing company which has produced many impressive handsets. Yet again, it has come up with a unique mobile phone, known as Nokia N9. The promised MeeGo powered handset has finally hit the shelves with a bang. Over and above the unique OS, it also features some really exciting features and applications.

Looking at its specs, all the leading service providers such as Vodafone, Three and Orange among others have decided to launch it in a big way with the amazing Nokia N9 Deals. Among them, the Nokia N9 Contract Deals are the most popular ones as they tag along many free gifts and incentives. The dimensional measurements of this handset stand at 116.5 x 61.2 x 12.1mm and weight at 135g.

Most of the front is occupied with a 3.9 inch AMOLED capacitive touch screen which is capable of displaying up to 16M colors at 480 x 854 pixel resolution. The screen also features accelerometer and proximity sensors along with multi touch input method, anti glare polarizer and Gorilla Glass display.

There are many connectivity options available with this awesome handset. The options such as GPRS, EDGE, 3G and Wi-Fi ensure that the user is provided with fast and uninterrupted access to the internet. Also available are the Bluetooth and USB features which allow the user to exchange data files with the other electronic devices at fast speed. Various social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and You Tube come integrated with this handset to allow the user to stay connected with his loved ones even on the go.

The Nokia N9 is powered with a 1GHz Cortex processor for faster multi tasking. The rear of this handset holds an 8MP camera with various image enhancing options such as Carl Zeiss optics, auto focus, geo-tagging, face detection, touch focus and dual-LED flash.

This awesome smart phone comes with 16/64GB internal storage capacity which is just unbelievable. 1GB RAM is available for faster processing speeds. This storage memory is vast enough to store thousands of music tracks, images, video clips and other data files with ease.

Monday, July 18, 2011

First lokk at N9

Nokia N9 is a MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan based smartphone supporting quad-band GSM, penta-band WCDMA, HSDPA/HSUPA and WLAN. The device features unibody design with 2.5D glass, a 3.9″ FWVGA 854x480 AMOLED display with capacitive touch screen and pinch zoom, 8 megapixel Auto Focus camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual-LED flash. Additional features include A-GPS with included Ovi Maps, HTML5 capable Webkit 2 based web browser, real-time multitasking, social networking integration, NFC, Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR and USB 2.0.

iOS to remove physical buttons – Inspiration from N9?

I’ve come across some videos demoing the new iOS 5 Beta. Yeah I know, I feel guilty for it.

Anyway, I have seen various videos and read some articles showing completely gesture based UI. (Although videos are of the OS on iPad 2 and iPhone 4 which still has home button, but it is never used).

Here are some of these videos and an article;
thenextweb

Does this mean that Apple is feeling threatened by the Nokia N9 and MeeGo Harmattan’s Swipe? Why wouldn’t they be!

Jay: I’m not sure I totally understand the point of these particular gestures shown on the video. It’s apparently there to be more of an accessibility feature. Otherwise, removal of the home button simply to have touch gestures requires more additional presses than you would if the button is there.

MeeGo Harmattan does not fall for this compromise and utilises gestures to actually speed up what you would otherwise do with a button.

What’s hilarious is the lock screen. You LOCK the screen with touch but you cannot unlock it with touch. Nokia MeeGo Harmattan already solves this with double-tap which wakes the screen up. No buttons necessary AT ALL. There might be some new hardware or further improvements to take care of this, but otherwise, in current state and possibly for current devices, not useful.

I also like how this little “orb” thing blocks the music button. I guess it is in Beta, and it would be unApple like to have something so unpolished. I’d expect their gestures to work more like their pinch to close stuff.

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stylinred says:
I was saying Apple got put back by the N9 reveal that they went back to make changes to iOS5 hence no announcement on an Iphone5
and i got so much flack from fanboys, but now :)
 

Friday, July 15, 2011

Nokia N9 difficult task of rescue or take into Meego swan song is this it?

2010 is the N8, 2011 years N9.Nokia's struggling flagship N9 on stage.Nokia N9 high hopes, hoping to stop the tide, to save face once, and focus on building WP7 phone market to win a little time.
But observers Pengxiong Jiang believes that Nokia's desire might be lost again, N9 difficult to bear the responsibility to save water and fire out of Nokia, which is Nokia's decadent and the N9 of the core status is determined.Nokia's enormous inertia is also great, and now the tide is not able to stop one or two flagship machine is maintained. Iphone launch in the absence of the formation of a strong competitive edge with a revolutionary new product, I am afraid that this decline will continue indefinitely - N8 can not save Nokia, E7 can not save Nokia, N9 can not save Nokia.Nokia relatively insular, has preferred its own smart phone operating system symbian.N9 is a far, only a Nokia symbian operating system, the use of smart phones, N9 operating system is Meego.Meego is a Linux-based Nokia and Intel to launch smart phone operating system, both sides hope to catch up with the smart phone operating system battle the big trend.However, Peng Xiongjiang Meego skeptical of his mother said Meego Linux operating system in the smart phone on hiatus, as the smart phone operating system, Meego is impossible to bring a revolutionary leap. In fact, even Nokia's own Meego hold a high degree of suspicion, were negative for Meego, and the olive branch extended to the general performance of the Microsoft windows mobile.Comprehensive look at all the rumors now, N9 or Nokia Meego system equipped with a "swan song" - in the main application times, Meego apparently was unable to Apple and Google's android ios the os par.Of course, with Nokia's brand appeal and manufacturing processes, N9 is not difficult to find part of the market. However, the situation is very embarrassing N9: one is a lot of high-end Nokia mobile phone customers to the iphone and android camp continues to lose; the other hand, a lot of loyal Nokia users place their hopes in the upcoming WP Nokia mobile phone, a common form of stiffer N9 trend, so that sales of the flagship model N9 suffered embarrassment.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

The new interface Symbian Belle system design will draw a large number of Nokia N9


Nokia N9, when the release of the new user experience really has been widely recognized, but Nokia seems to want to have this recognition to the Symbian platform, which is the Nokia N9 copy of the user experience of Symbian Belle future updating.

Recently, some foreign media reported Qt Quick quick guide part of the screenshot.As shown, this quick guide written specifically for Symbian Belle, but draws a large number of elements in the system MeeGo Harmattan. Including Top status bar (downthe top status bar), Note (notification), bottom bar (the new low bar button) and so on.The new drop-down list of the top status bar has been and MeeGo systems, provide more options, simply pull down the status bar can be set up.

Drop-down quick settings (Quick Setup). From the top of the screen you can see the drop-down on some of the features of fast switching, such as: traffic, Bluetooth, WI-FI.There may be GPS-switch and so on. In the quick settings below, providing missed calls and unread messages, the display and N9/N950 exactly the same. Moreover, thefurther down you can still see the program of activities to be carried out, will be ringingalarm clock, loading the e-mail. If you can join the same as Maemo 5 downloads andBluetooth for the progress bar so much the better.

Have to say, the new user interface and indeed is more commendable standardunified design approach. This also involved within Qt Quick Guide to Symbian Bellefeatures more content, there are many Nokia N9's Swipe swipe UI. More new user interface has been in the Nokia developer page provides a preview.

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