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Amongst Meego fans and Stephen Elop haters in Finland there is still the delusional idea Nokia should have persisted with Meego rather than go with Windows Phone 7. The rapid adoption by the Finnish public of the Windows Phone 7 Nokia Lumia 800 would therefore come as a shock to them.  Since the launch of the handset its percentage of…

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It seems even Meego has some fans amongst retail staff, as some-one in this Swiss cellphone store decided it was a good idea to replace the WP7 Nokia Lumia 800 with the near identical, except for the interface of course, Nokia N9. Hopefully such sabotage is not widespread, but this is certainly not the first example we have seen of…

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The Nokia Mobile Blog has devised a simple test to demonstrate how well a phone tracks touch input. By simply rapidly scrolling up and down on a page it is easy to demonstrate that Windows Phone 7.5 scrolls much better than the Meego OS on the Nokia N9. While the Nokia Lumia 800 has a 1.4 Ghz processor compared to…

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Having seen Windows Phone 7 soundly defeat Symbian Belle, many old-time Nokia fans would say the real competitor to WP7 was never Symbian but Meego. Now we have a 20 min review of the Nokia N9, likely the last Meego handset, against an HTC Radar again. Unfortunately it is all in Russian, and I have no idea what the reviewers…

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Besides better GPS navigation, one of the things we are definitely expecting from Nokia Windows Phone 7 handsets are better cameras. The above video shot by MobilePerry on the Nokia N9 shows exactly what we can look forward to with the near identical Nokia Sea Ray. The video has great frame rate, colour reproduction and sharpness, with none of the fuzziness one…

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Click for full size. Nokia Conversations have published an album of pictures taken with the Nokia N9’s 8 megapixel camera, and as expected the results look great, with great colour fidelity, high levels of detail and low noise, such that the pictures look more as if they are from a dedicated device than a phone camera. It is expected that…

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