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...64g does not have cyan/magenta color
It has the WHITE !
 
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Thanks for the comparisons. I'm also considering an N9, but have to say that what I'm hearing doesn't make me very excited about it. I am looking for something that feels more like a portable computer than a smartphone (in fact I'm planning on getting it with a data only plan). Is it just the lack of a hardware keyboard that gives you this impression, which isn't a huge concern for me, or is it more fundamental in the OS?
 
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Originally Posted by dylanemcgregor View Post
Thanks for the comparisons. I'm also considering an N9, but have to say that what I'm hearing doesn't make me very excited about it. I am looking for something that feels more like a portable computer than a smartphone (in fact I'm planning on getting it with a data only plan). Is it just the lack of a hardware keyboard that gives you this impression, which isn't a huge concern for me, or is it more fundamental in the OS?
n900 will be perfect?
or http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...9SIA08R0810005
 
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Originally Posted by SAABoy View Post
n900 will be perfect?
or http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...9SIA08R0810005
I have an N800, and it is pretty much perfect, but it needs more modern hardware. N900 is newer hardware, but still over 2 years old now, and has too small of a screen.

I was thinking N9 would be the successor to the N900 and would be a good fit. I can live without a physical keyboard, but the comments and reviews I've read make it seem like the N9 is a step back in the OS department also. For instance I don't understand the thinking behind having the application launcher have such a prominent place as the main homescreen. That's something I'd like to be hidden away until I actually want to start a program.
 
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Go for it - the N9 is pretty awesome. No matter what device you get there will be some aspects you don't like.
 
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btw, ordered blacvk 64gb n9 from amazon. will be here tomorrow. maybe some day ill attempt the cyan surgery.
 
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Originally Posted by dylanemcgregor View Post
II was thinking N9 would be the successor to the N900 and would be a good fit. I can live without a physical keyboard, but the comments and reviews I've read make it seem like the N9 is a step back in the OS department also.
I though this could be the case too. but in reality I find the N9 OS far superior. In fact when using my N900 (or any other touchscreen) I find the lack of Swipe functionality to be a real pain.
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both awesome, maemo ftw
 
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Get N9 if you want Maemo like experience, but in a better package. I have 3 in my hands, cyan favorite
 

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