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Nokia N9 Review

Nokia N9 Review

It's somehow fitting, running our review of the much-anticipated Nokia N9 smartphone on the eve of Nokia World 2011. The company is expected to reveal its plans for salvation, namely adopting Windows Phone, while the N9 runs what Nokia used to believe would save it, MeeGo. A splash of uniqueness never hurt any device, and the N9 has built up a vocal following, convinced MeeGo should have been the Finn's focus instead of a deal with Microsoft. Has rarity blinded rationality, or is the N9 really a bittersweet slice of not just what could've been, but what should've been? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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Nokia World 2011: Crunchtime

Nokia World 2011: Crunchtime

It's been quite the month for mobile, and it's not over yet: Nokia is still yet to take the stage, following Apple and Google's respective plays for smartphone dominance. Next week sees Nokia World 2011 arrive in London, UK, an opportunity for the Finnish company to prove it's not only still alive and kicking, but relevant in an increasingly competitive and fast-moving segment. Competitive is not a word you'd use to describe Nokia's line-up over the past 12-18 months, but a close partnership with Microsoft promises to change all that. Read on to find out what to expect, and why 2011 could well be the most important year for Nokia since it gave up making rubber boots.

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Nokia Sun Windows Phone device leaks, launch in November

Nokia Sun Windows Phone device leaks, launch in November

Some new details have leaked on a Nokia Windows Phone smartphone dubbed Sun (S46). The phone is said to be hitting stores between November 7 and November 13. Those dates are not long after the Nokia World Conference so all the details might be coming at the conference. We already know a lot about the smartphone thanks to the new leak.

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Nokia to partner with Monster for “fierce” audio gear

Nokia to partner with Monster for “fierce” audio gear

Nokia may soon be unveiling a new partnership with Monster Cable to introduce co-branded audio gear. According to leaked marketing graphics obtained by PocketNow, the duo appear to be readying at least one product called the Nokia Purity HD Stereo Headset by Monster. This move could be similar to HTC's deal with Monster's Beats Audio line and may help boost appeal for Nokia's first Windows Phones.

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Nokia Ace 4.3-inch Windows Phone rumored [Update]

Nokia Ace 4.3-inch Windows Phone rumored [Update]

Details purportedly concerning a third Nokia Windows Phone set for release later this month, the Nokia Ace, have leaked, suggesting a 4.3-inch AMOLED device packing HSPA+ connectivity. According to The Nokia Blog's source, the Ace will be headed to AT&T in Q1 2012, with an 8-megapixel autofocus camera using Carl Zeiss optics. The rumor fits with information previously passed to SlashGear that Nokia would initially reveal three Windows Phone handsets at Nokia World 2011 in late October, though our source declined to detail the devices.

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Nokia Drive for Mango adds voice control but AT&T ignoring Searay say tipsters

Nokia Drive for Mango adds voice control but AT&T ignoring Searay say tipsters

Nokia is reportedly readying a voice-control update for its mapping software, with the new PND app set to debut on the company's first Windows Phone handset. According to WinRumors' tipster, a T-Mobile Germany product display - temporarily erected at the carrier's headquarters - confirms the new 3D mapping system. However, there's also talk that AT&T may have decided to bypass one of the first Nokia Windows Phones, the Searay, and instead hold out for the Nokia Sabre.

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Nokia Sabre plus Samsung Yukon & Wembley WP7 phones leaked

Nokia Sabre plus Samsung Yukon & Wembley WP7 phones leaked

Microsoft has inadvertently leaked product names for unannounced Windows Phone handsets, including the Nokia Sabre, as well as specifications of a new 1.5GHz Samsung device. Buried in the terms and conditions of a Microsoft Canada app promotion - since amended, but not before WPCentral grabbed some screenshots - were Windows Phone 7.5 Mango devices the Samsung Yukon, Samsung Wembley, Nokia Searay and Nokia Sabre.

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Nokia’s CTO swap could be its turning point

Nokia’s CTO swap could be its turning point

The decision to make Henry Tirri Nokia's new Chief Technology Officer is arguably more important for the company's future than its deal with Microsoft over Windows Phone. Executive-level shuffles aren't often worth much more than a casual footnote, but Tirri's promotion - in the context of Nokia's fading star in the smartphone league - could prove a legitimate turning point for the Finns. Tirri could well be the vital link between Nokia's flourishing imagination and its floundering production.

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