Both the N9 and Lumia 800 have the same gently curved AMOLED screens – 3.7in with an 800x480 resolution. Obviously the two operating systems are markedly different however. Interestingly, we tested the start up time of both, from the first push of the power button to a fully loaded OS, with surprisingly results. The Lumia 800 took just under 22 seconds to be up and running, while the N9 needed 1 minute and 7 seconds.
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