Saturday, 12 June 2010

Nokia N900 Smartphone 32 GB

Nokia N900 Smartphone 32 GB - shared - Not specified - WCDMA  (UMTS) / GSM - ( the image of the product displayed may be of a  different color )
Nokia N900

By Linsey - Nov 22, 2009 - Editorial review -
Verdict: This is what the Nokia N97 should have been Love: Maemo is a joyous change from Symbian S60 ... Hate: The unresponsive screen marrs the experience The Nokia N900 is a big, bold step into the unknown for the Finnish phone giant. It's the first smart tablet from the company to rock its new operating system, Maemo 5, unlike most regular N Series' Symbian S60. Did Nokia land on firm ground, or has it plummeted into an abyss? Read on and find out in our full Nokia N900 review… Although Nokia is pitching the Nokia N900 as an internet tablet – it feels like a direct sequel to the Nokia N97, not least because of the hardware under the bonnet. It's got the same whopping, expandable 32GB of storage, premium connectivity bobbins (HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS) and ace multimedia handling, with loads of video format support and a fantastic five megapixel camera. Call quality is excellent, and that battery will easily see you through from sun-up to bedtime, even if you give the Nokia N900 an app pounding. But the Nokia N900 improves on the N97's build in crucial ways. At 800×480, the Nokia N900's screen is sharper, the Marmite divisive hinge has gone, and the keyboard is a major win. Although it's still got the silly three-line spacing, the keys on the Nokia N900 are raised and rubberised like the Nokia E72's, so you'll dance all over them, unlike the N97's low-profile island pad. Maemo 5 on the Nokia N900 is something of a revelation too. We could hear the creaks in Symbian S60 on the

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