I’ve got mine, loving it so far – the best Nokia experience I’ve had as of yet.
I was a bit sceptical at first (even though I loved my Nokia N900, it was a pure geek device and not fit for the mainstream). The N9 however is pretty polished, there’s of course still a fair amount of things that I feel could be improved – but for once account sign-ups, mail sync, contact sync, Facebook, Twitter etc all work out of the box.
It manages contacts well with Facebook/Twitter/Phone numbers/e-mails all linked up and the home page shows a live stream from Twitter/Facebook/Flickr/Youtube etc all merged together + weather and any notifications like e-mail.
I hope a Pixelpipe app comes soon 😀 Can always send by e-mail though so that’s not a big deal. One of the first things I’ve noticed is there doesn’t seem to be any push notifications for apps like Facebook and Twitter – but perhaps I’m too used to the very invasive notifications from iOS.
Will write a proper review next week when I’m back from SCUBA diving in Redang (don’t be jealous yeh :P).
If you wanna find out more about it, you can do so here – https://swipe.nokia.com/
The prices in Malaysia for the Nokia N9 are:
Nokia N9 16GB – RM1,799
Nokia N9 64GB – RM2,088