The Nokia N9 is arguably the manufacturer's best smartphone of late, apart maybe from the N8 although it has to be said that this received a mixed reception at best. In this article I will take a look at the key features of the Nokia N9, so you can decide if it is the right smartphone for you.
The styling is one of the first things that you will notice about this phone. It has the classic candy bar form factor shared by many other smartphones, galaxy a80 specs
but this is set apart from the competition somehow. Maybe it's the angular corners or the brightly coloured
fascia, but whatever it is, it is certainly eye catching. The front of the screen is dominated by the reasonably large 3.9 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, which extends nearly to the edge of the handset. The screen offers a high resolution of 480x 854, which is slightly higher than the 480x 800 touted by the majority of other mid range smartphones out there. Being an AMOLED screen, colour rendering is very good; 16 million colours can be displayed, and blacks are deep with other colours therefore contrasting brightly. The screen makes the N9 an ideal multimedia phone, as photos, videos, games and web pages are all displayed in the utmost quality and clarity.
The Nokia N9 is available on both 16 GB and 64 GB versions, so there is plenty of onboard storage available. Although there is no microSD slot, the vast majority of users should not require one with the levels of onboard storage available though.
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this task. With download speeds of up to 14.4 Mbps, it is on par with the likes of the HTC Sensation and the new Apple iPhone 4S. Wi-Fi connectivity is of course also included as another option of connecting to the internet whenever users have access to local Wi-Fi networks.
An 8 megapixel camera makes the Nokia N9 a highly capable camera phone. Although it may not be up to the same standard (at least in terms of its pixel count) as its predecessor, the N8 (at 12 megapixels), it is capable of taking very high quality still images thanks to its resolution of 3264x 2448. Like the N8, Samsung galaxy a10 specs
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The operating system of choice for the Nokia N9 is the MeeGo OS (v1.2, aka Harmattan). This is not a widely used platform among smartphones, although previous versions have enjoyed some success as a software platform for devices such as tablets
and SatNav units. With a 1 GHz processor under the hood, Huawei P20 Pro specs
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There is a lot to like about the Nokia N9, and although (somewhat understandably) Nokia may not be at the top of everyone's favourite smartphone brands, the N9 looks like it could be the smartphone to win over the manufacturer's fans who have switched allegiance to the likes of Apple and HTC. There is little to dislike about the Nokia N9, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a stylish alternative to the mainstream smartphone models which are currently flooding the market.
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