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  Reply # 533310 14-Oct-2011 12:44
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DS248:
nikrolls: Very, very soon. Sorry I don't have an exact date, but you can expect it this month.

You can also subscribe to updates from the Nokia NZ page: http://www.nokia.co.nz/find-products/all-phones/nokia-n9/check-availability 



To what end?  I registered some time ago & have heard nothing sincwe.
Are those registered going to get any advance advice, or simply be notified a few days after it has been publicly announced?



Still waiting for my e-mail alert, so I guess it's the second option. :p
That page hasn't changed yet either.

Even if you get the 16GB at the $899 discounted rate, that's still more expensive than the 64GB model in Singapore. It will be interesting to see if that price ever goes back to $999 and how many they would sell at that price point.





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  Reply # 533332 14-Oct-2011 13:11
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I think we got to release slightly earlier than scheduled, so the Nokia page hasn't sent its announcement out yet :)

Regarding the price in Singapore, you really can't compare it to the price of NZ -- volume of sales and customers due to the population and market standpoint mean different prices irrespective of currency conversion. $999 is a rock solid price in NZ for a phone like the N9 -- $100 cheaper than the iPhone4 16GB, $399 on the Smart $85 plan.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 533488 14-Oct-2011 20:10
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ALTRON: ......Only black 16GB version?

No Thanks.


 

Did you want a pink one?




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  Reply # 533552 14-Oct-2011 23:27
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Technofreak:
ALTRON: ......Only black 16GB version?

No Thanks.


 

Did you want a pink one?

Nah I wanted the 64GB cyan (blue. And if the 64gb even comes in blue) model for $1000

1000 for the 16gb version is overpriced Vodafone   

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  Reply # 533556 14-Oct-2011 23:53
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heck yeah it's a bit much for 16GB, needs to get competitive. I suppose it's a good thing I have to wait to get it, maybe by then it'll be cheaper or available in more of a range than black.

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  Reply # 533577 15-Oct-2011 04:47
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The 64GB edition is only manufactured in black.



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  Reply # 533604 15-Oct-2011 09:45
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Got the 'n9 is now available in nz' mailer from Nokia last night.

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  Reply # 533607 15-Oct-2011 09:50
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GSM Arena N9 review, hot off the press:

http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_n9-review-659.php

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