Nokia N900
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Nokia N900




Network:
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / WCDMA 900 / 1700 / 2100
Form Factor:
Slide / Maemo 5
Dimensions:
111 x 60 x 18 mm
Weight:
181
Antenna:
Internal
Navigation:
Touch Screen / QWERTY Keypad
Battery Type:
1320 mAh Li-Ion
Talk Time:
Unknown
Standby Time:
Unknown
Memory:
32.0 GB
Slot:
microSD / TransFlash
Radiation (SAR):
Below Average Radiation (0.80 W/kg)

Main Screen:
TFT / Accelerometer / Brightness Control / Ambient Light Sensor
16,700,000 colors (480 x 800 px)
Secondary Screen:
No
Camera:
5.0 MP / 2584 1938 px / CMOS Sensor / Carl Zeiss Lens / Flash / 3X Zoom / Photo Editor / Landscape / Macro / Geotagging / Video Recorder / Video Calling

MP3 Player:
MP3 / AAC / eAAC / WMA / M4A / Maemo Media Player
FM Radio:
FM Transmitter
Speakerphone:
Yes
Push-To-Talk:
No

Wallpapers:
480 x 800 px
Screen Savers:
480 x 800 px
Ringtones:
MP3
Themes:
Yes
Games:
N-Gage
Streaming Multimedia:
MPEG-4 / H.263 / H.264 / WMV / XviD

SMS:
Yes
EMS:
Yes
MMS:
Yes
Email:
POP3 / IMAP4 / SMTP
Chat:
AOL / Windows Live / Yahoo
Predictive Text:
T9

Phonebook:
Unknown
Calendar:
Yes
To-Do List:
Yes
WAP:
2.0 (Maemo Browser)
Voice Commands:
Yes
Calculator:
Yes

Bluetooth:
2.1 (A2DP / AVRCP / DUN / HFP / HSP / OPP)
Infrared Port:
Yes
High-Speed Data:
HSDPA
Wi-Fi:
802.11 b/g / DLNA / UPnP
GPS:
Nokia Ovi Maps
PC Sync:
USB 2.0 / TV Out

Website:
Product Website




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The Nokia N900 runs on open source, Linux-based Maemo software to delivers a PC-like experience on a handset-sized device. Running on the new Maemo 5 software, the handset lets users have dozens of application windows open and running simultaneously while taking full advantage of the calling features, touch screen and QWERTY keyboard. Maemo complements Nokia's other software platforms, such as Symbian, which powers Nokia's smartphones. The N900 has a powerful ARM Cortex-A8 processor, up to 1GB of application memory and OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics acceleration for PC-like multitasking. Switching between apps is simple. The panoramic homescreen can be fully personalized with favorite shortcuts, widgets and applications. The N900 features a high-resolution WVGA touch screen and fast Internet connectivity. Thanks to the browser powered by Mozilla technology, Web sites look the way they would on any computer. Online videos and interactive applications are vivid with full Adobe Flash 9.4 support. Messaging is easy thanks to the full slide-out QWERTY keyboard. It has 32GB of storage, which is expandable up to 48GB with a microSD card. For photography, the smartphone has a 5.0-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics.



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User Reviews


Rating: 2 of 5 Look Elsewhere

Chan on June 05, 2012

The screen is bigger and higher resolution. And it replaces a point-and-shoot camera and a radio.

I wasn't happy with my T-Mobile G1 and was intrigued by the Nokia N900. I took the plunge and now have the G1 back, and now appreciate it even more.

Writing on the Nokia N900 is horrible. I thought the keyboard was small G1 -- N900 makes the G1 feel like a classic Northstar. If you want a keyboard with the N900, go with something else. Also applications are not there yet.

For a programmer, it is not so bad. But combined with poor keyboard is a deal-breaker.

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