Friday, April 8, 2011

Nokia N900 One of the best !!

The Nokia N900 is a smartphone made by Nokia in Finland. It supersedes the Nokia N810. Its default operating system, Maemo 5, is a Linux-based OS originally developed for the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet. It is the first Nokia device based upon the Texas Instruments OMAP3 microprocessor with the ARM Cortex-A8 core. Unlike the three Nokia Internet tablets preceding it, the Nokia N900 is the first Maemo device to include phone functionality (quad-band GSM and 3G UMTS/HSDPA).
The N900 functions as a mobile Internet device, and includes e-mail, web browsing and access to online services, a 5 mega pixel digital camera for still or video photography, a portable media player for music and video, calculator, games console and text processor, SMS, as well as mobile telephony using either a mobile network or VoIP via trough Internet (mobile or Wi-Fi).Maemo provides an X-terminal interface for interacting with the core operating system.



It was launched at Nokia World on September 2, 2009 and was released on November 11, 2009 in the United States and 9 European countries.
The N900 was launched alongside Maemo 5, giving the device an overall more touch-friendly interface than its predecessors and a customizable home screen which mixes application icons with shortcuts and widgets. Maemo 5 supports Adobe Flash Player 9.4, and includes many applications designed specifically for the mobile platform such as a new touch-friendly media player.




42 comments:

  1. i must say i am pretty content with my droid x haha

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  2. Yeah, I thought that was an old school Nokia as well

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  3. i think ill stick with android

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  4. While Android is nice, Nokia makes some of the best hardware, at least as far as my experiences in the mobile market have gone.

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  5. I've never seen one of these phones in person, was probably awesome back in the day though

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  6. Not seen this phone before, I will however stick with my iPhone, sorry! Good post :D

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  7. I wish I had one of those. Sticking with an older phone at the moment. Thinking of upgrading though, to be honest.

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  8. I love Nokia's battery life, but I am a devote android fan now :D


    Good blog, will keep checking it out :)

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  9. I have 5800 XpressMusic, wanted to upgrade to this, but now Nokia went exclusively to windows phone 7, so i'm afraid to make a jump

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  10. I'm still using my Samsung Blackjack II. I love that phone.

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  11. looks like a pretty sweet phone.

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  12. Looks pretty cool, although no matter what features or niceties my phone has, my friend still laughs when my Nexus 1 dies well before their Nokia 3310 D:

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  13. Wouldn't switch my android phone for it :)

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  14. this is my favorite phone ever, it was so damn sexy... the best smartphone i have ever seen

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  15. Been needing a smartphone lately

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  16. i wish more phones would come with actual keyboards. i hate texting with a touchscreen

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  17. I have the BB Storm right now but i have been looking to get a new cell this summer. I was thinking that the droid is probably my best bet but who knows.

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  18. I just got a motorola DEFY, and I'm in love with it. I miss the keyboard, but swype is easy to get used to.

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  19. Everybody I know has a Droid OS phone and they always say it is far superior to the iOS. I beg to differ

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  20. I don't know, i currently have the Droid X and i'm loving it. I learned how to root and install custom Rom's on it.

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  21. looks like it could take a beating

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  22. im going to get me a new smartphone soon these look good

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  23. thats the kind of blog i need
    thanks!

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  24. I've never heard of it. It looks pretty awesome though!

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  25. I'm definitely considering this product now.

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  26. il stay with my ancient phone, it got mad skills,
    make phonecalls and read/write messages =)

    but thats a nice looking phone

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  27. BLAH! I wish I had a better cell, mines pay as you go, because I hardly ever use a phone LOL

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  28. I so want this. I can't stand these damn onscreen keyboards. Thought I could deal with them, but I can't. Tactile response ftw.

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  29. Cool product, but waiting for Ipad2

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  30. it sounds powerful but it looks bulky

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