Nokia N9 or Sony Ericsson Arc S?

Question by Clinton Lau: Nokia N9 or Sony Ericsson Arc S?
Well, I'm planning to get a new phone soon, narrowed to these 2 options. Went online to find comparisons between these 2 phones, but did not find any direct comparisons between these 2 phones from users.
I heard that N9's Meego is "doomed", but I heard that it's good, from users' opinions. Arc S's size and attractiveness looks sleek, as well as it's camera.
Hopefully you guys can recommend me a phone that can last me for a good 2 years :) Thanks and have day!
Yea I know Meego is awesome, and Android's definitely not as good. But I'm also concerned about camera, taking photos and stuff , able to post it to the web as soon as I take it, also music player and web browsing, ONLINE video watching :)
Hi guys thanks for the answers. What about online video watching and stuff for N9?

Best answer:

Answer by Scary Kids Scaring Kids
Seriously the nokia N9. Meebo is awesome .

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3 thoughts on “Nokia N9 or Sony Ericsson Arc S?”

  1. n series nokias have the best media features. The n9 has the second best camera on any mobile phone, second only to the n8. Its the carl zeiss optics that make all the difference
    and n series nokias have high quality music players. As far as web browsing goes, i dont think the n9 has flash support like the n8 does. I do know it has a high quality browser tho.
    As a comparison of devices, the n9 is far superior than the arc, and meego is not as ‘dead’ as ppl think, updates will go on indefinitely.

  2. The Nokia N9 definitely! The Nokia n9 has a better display, more RAM and is overall much smoother than the Arc s

  3. Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S is real sharp looking and I really liked everything about it but I noticed the data speed was very slow and realized it would only work using the EDGE Network ( AT&T and T-Mobile), I should have done more research before I paid all that money just to buy another phone. A bust in the States.

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