Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 27th Sep 2013 16:57 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless

Still, the Nokia N9 and its MeeGo Harmattan software platform remain unmatched in various aspects of user interface and user experience. Even though MeeGo Harmattan has essentially remained stagnant and frozen in time for 2 whole years, it still represents a benchmark in some ways for what a smartphone user interface should be.

Virtually every N9 owner I've ever talked to loves the N9 unconditionally. It could have been the Eve of Nokia's resurrection. Instead, it became the symbol of its demise.

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RE: Comment by drcouzelis
by CowMan on Fri 27th Sep 2013 19:25 UTC in reply to "Comment by drcouzelis"
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2006-09-26

I have both an N9 and an N900 (and an HTC One). My preference overall is definitely the N900. I'm watching this project, to potentially breath more life into the old phone: http://neo900.org/ they are looking to bring a replacement (and open hardware) mainboard to the N900.

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RE[2]: Comment by drcouzelis
by leech on Fri 27th Sep 2013 19:58 in reply to "RE: Comment by drcouzelis"
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2006-01-10

I am REALLY looking forward to a rejuvenated N900. I loved mine, I have a replacement screen for it, but can't seem to get the screws out... Gonna have to dremel it..

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