NOKIA N9, smartphone stlish and swipe Review | specialgadget

 Nokia N9 managed to attract interest. Not only because MeeGo-based, but also looks attractive with a full touch screen and ease of operation swipe (sweep).

From design, N9 has a design that was almost perfect box making it less comfortable when held, but it was helped by the indentation on the side of the phone. Moreover N9 is wrapped with attractive colors that make it look stylish in black, blue, cyan and magenta. Thereby increasing the value of the 'plus' for looks.

Nokia equip the phone with a large enough screen size is 3.9 inches with a resolution of 854x480 pixels. Not only has that, on the N9 AMOLED screen made the display on the touch screen to be more 'live'.

N9 has three main displays, spanning: main menu, featuring applications that are being opened and activity. Move from the three main view, facilitated by the smooth sweep of a finger or no lag on the screen.

If the first use, the user may be confused by the absence of the back button when you want to go back to the main screen. Well, Nokia provides easy, just need to swipe from the edge of the screen, such as from the ground up that will bring user back to the main screen.

Nokia provides a simple view  on the N9, with location of sim card slot at the top of the phone. The location makes it easy when they want to pull out or install any simcard, because users do not have to bother to open his batteries.

N9 has only three buttons located on the right side of the phone. Button to increase and decrease volume, while the latter serves to turn on the phone when not in use.

In addition, the phone is equipped with Near Field Communication (NFC) is also equipped with 8 MP camera with Carl Zeiss lens. The resulting image looks clear, both within and outside the room. Video recordings in N9 also provide HD quality.

Speaker at N9 is located at the bottom of the phone; Nokia combines Dolby Headphone and Dolby Digital Plus for N9. Thus providing a good audio experience, when the music plays the sound produced sounds right or not 'cracked'