It was a sad day last November when my N9 decided randomly in the middle of a business trip to stop accepting calls. For me it was the last straw.
Up until then I didn't mind the flaws the N9 had, or it's issues but when I'm on a business trip and I have no access to a computer with my flashing tools or the time to flash it, this causes a major problem.
I am still to this day heartbroken when I see an N9.
I was in love with the N9, if not one of it's loudest supporters. Now I just look at it and shake my head in shame.
The N9 is the most beautiful device I've ever held. I'm holding one right now as I type this. I have an iphone 5, sgs3, and the n9 next to me. The beauty of the N9 outshines both. It's a gorgeous device, aesthetically.
Turn on the N9 and the beautiful homescreen comes up. You swipe right to the multitasking screen and left to go to the feeds screen. The phone is more than a smartphone. It's a beautiful phone, put together with the utmost care and attention to detail.
That day the N9 stopped taking calls was the last one for me.
I decided then and there to move on.
I then spent the next month or so debating what my next phone would be.
I still carried my N9 with me but there were no tweaks on it so I could make calls and receive texts only.
The N9's attention to detail is amazing. I can't say that enough.
Everyone that owns an N9 knows that when it works, it works really well, when it doesn't well it's a nightmare.
Till part 2…
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