The Nokia N9 was the Finnish company’s first and last MeeGo handset, and so far based on the reviews we’ve come across, many have good things to say about it. So far N9 owners appear to be pretty pleased with their purchase, but the longer they use their device, they are starting to notice more bugs appearing. Unfortunately despite Nokia promising to provide support until 2015, it seems that nothing has been done to address these bugs, some of which causes battery levels to suddenly drop, missing core features in apps, as well as certain apps that crashes on random.
Nokia N9 owners have since launched a petition, asking Nokia to provide them with the support they promised, and to not neglect them despite the focus currently being on Windows Phone. In fact it seems that the petition is merely asking for updates and bug fixes and nothing more, an issue which we assume Nokia should be able to address swiftly if they chose to. At this time of posting there are 362 signatures so if you’d like to get in on the action, head on over to Change.org and sign the petition yourself.
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