Features: 1GHz ARM processor, 16GB or 64GB storage, AMOLED display, FM receiver, MeeGO OS, 8 MP camera
Complex says: When first released, the N9 didn't get a fair shot. Nokia decided to handicap the handset by not selling it in the world's biggest mobile phone markets including Japan and the U.S. However, it was still one of the—if not the—best phone ever made by Nokia. It was thin, fast, attractive (it came in three colors), and didn't run Symbian. In fact, it was so good Nokia decided to use it to introduce its partnership with Microsoft. Maybe this time it'll get a fair deal.