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N9 - Nokia's answer to iPhone?

If you're following smartphone industry then you'd have come across Nokia's N9 with Harmattan OS. Nokia showcased N9 in June and should be out in market next month. Unfortunately Nokia has said they'll be focusing completely on Windows Phone going forward and so even if N9 is a success they won't release a successor with Harmattan.

Nokia N9 comes with a fundamentally different UX, it's an all screen phone with no buttons and an awesome camera. Body is designed in a completely different way and it looks awesome! I've been a huge fan of Symbian so far but I understand the changing landscape and Symbian definitely lags in terms of hardware support and UX. However, looking at current state of Android, Blackberry and iPhone, N9 definitely looks promising. I really wish Nokia change their stance on N9 or at least brings N9 UX on WP.


Look at N9 commercial and let me know what you think about Nokia N9.


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