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The N9: It's not a Windows Phone.
Nokia Phone NewsJune 22, 2011

Nokia N9 Announced: Packs MeeGo, 8 Megapixel Camera, and Swiping


It’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything really worthwhile on this blog. Then again, it’s been a long time since there’s been any worthwhile Nokia news. And so, after a four-month hiatus, it’s time again to look at one of Nokia’s latest phones: the oft-rumored N9.

Nokia Phone Deals11/16/2009

Deals: Nokia $50 Rebate on N97/N900/5530XM Purchases


For those of you who preordered the N900, or are thinking of picking up the N97 or 5530 XpressMusic, listen up: Nokia is offering a $50 rebate for all purchases of the above phones, from today (Nov. 16, 2009) to Dec. 31, 2009. The rebate comes in the form of a prepaid gift card. In [...]

Featured11/6/2009

The N900: A Game Changer for Nokia (First Impressions)


The release of the N900 comes at an important time in Nokia’s history. Despite a new Symbian operating system, new touch handsets, and a growing smartphone market, the company’s smartphone division is faltering, with market share dropping 6% in the previous quarter. It’s not too hard to see why: competition is fierce, with Apple and [...]

Nokia Phone Deals11/5/2009

Mega Price Drop: Nokia N900 for $441.99 + Tax (Shipped!)


Thinking about preordering an N900? Better do it before Friday, if you want to take advantage of a pretty smoking deal from Dell. A $441.99 deal, to be exact.

Nokia Phone News11/2/2009

Nokia N900: Release Date Fail


As seen on NokiaUSA.com.

Nokia Phone News10/24/2009

Nokia N900: Delayed ‘Til November


Nokia’s October launch for the N900 smartphone has been delayed until November, according to a number of sources and Nokia’s USA store. The reasons are still unclear, although some people have suggested that bugs found on pre-production units might be to blame.

Nokia Phone Deals10/6/2009

Price Drop: Preorder the Nokia N900 For $542.59


Prices for Nokia’s N900 mega-smartphone are dropping fast, and the phone hasn’t even been released! You can choose to preorder the N900 at NokiaUSA for the retail price of $649.00 (+ tax but you get a free Bluetooth headset), you can preorder the phone at Amazon for $582.99, OR you can now get it from [...]

Nokia Phone Deals9/16/2009

Today’s Deals: Pre-Order the Nokia N900 for $582.99! [Update]


This deal is second only to Nokia’s web site glitch back in June. Amazon currently has the Nokia N900 phone for $588.99 shipped, tax-free unless you live in Washington. The N900 retails for 600 euros. Wow. Update: Price has dropped to $582.99. Hooray? Nokia N900 for $588.99 at Amazon

Featured9/14/2009

The Nokia N97 vs. N97 Mini vs. N900 Comparison Table


Considering buying an N900? How about an N97 mini? Yeah, Nokia’s bringing two more touch-screen devices to the table, both suspiciously similar to the original N97 on the surface. But what about underneath? Let’s see how they stack up. (“winning” features in green)



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