The good points include nice hardware, an inexpensive price tag (when under contract, at least) and the attractive design of the handset itself.
The cons include a low-res display—it's only 800x480, far less than recent Android phones and the iPhone 4S—and the poor selection of third party software available to Windows Phone users.
Nokia's N9, the long-awaited MeeGo Linux cellphone, won't be coming to the U.S. after all. Engadget's Darren Murph received the "disheartening" news, echoed in UK reports, after asking the company to offer a firm release date.
Previously: Nokia’s N9 is “beautifully simple”
"After the very positive reception to the launch of the Nokia N9, the product is now being rolled out in countries around the world. At this time we will not be making it available in the US. Nokia takes a market by market approach to product rollout, and each country makes its own decisions about which products to introduce from those available. Decisions are based on an assessment of existing and upcoming products that make up No...