Tag Archives: Nokia

If I could have anyone make me an Android phone, it would be Nokia

There’s no such thing as a perfect Android phone for me. In fact, I don’t think there’s a perfect phone for me, period. I went as far to write about what I thought would be my perfect Android phone. I stated that perfect phone would be made by Nokia, a company who’s hardware I constantly lust for. Alas, they have jumped on the Windows Phone bandwagon,… Read more

Nokia N9 hacked to dual-boot into Ice Cream Sandwich

The Nokia N9 runs MeeGo, an OS that is pretty much dead. So, what do owners of the handset do? Hack it to run Android, of course! A new alpha of the software has now been revealed, and it offers plenty of functionality for such an early build. Of it, the cell radios are working, multitouch is supported, along with 3D drivers and OpenGL. Quite an impressive… Read more

What I would consider my perfect Android phone

The Android world is filled with many, many choices. While choices are great, it can pose a problem for some. There’s no perfect device for many people. I’m among those people, and while my Galaxy Nexus may offer the closest thing to it, the device still isn’t perfect (at least for me). Sure, I do have a few friends who are perfectly happy with their device… Read more

Nokia N9 with Ice Cream Sandwich demoed on video

Last week we showed you the Nokia N9, a popular phone in its own right due to the outstanding hardware, running the latest and greatest version of Google’s mobile operating system, Android 4.0. But, while pictures are said to speak a thousand words, plenty of people wanted to see the software running on video, and now that has finally come to… Read more

Nokia N9 gets an early taste of Ice Cream Sandwich

The development community isn’t just about bringing new, or altered versions of Android to other Android-based devices. Some other developers and modders out there like to try their hand at bringing Android to unsupported devices. We’ve seen it tried in the past, and development in this part of the community is generally pretty slow. But, while it may not… Read more