Nokia N900 Preview

The Nokia N900 runs the latest version of the Linux-based operating system Maemo 5, comes with full QWERTY keyboard and built-in GSM module that allows calls over cellular networks…
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7 Comments

1. musthavdroid

Posts: 67; Member since: Oct 21, 2009

nice

2. dblue45

Posts: 77; Member since: Aug 26, 2009

impressive!

3. david_the_gom

Posts: 114; Member since: Dec 20, 2008

everything looks great except that 3-row keyboard... hmm... am i too used to my tp2?

4. DontHateOnS60

Posts: 872; Member since: Apr 20, 2009

And I disagree with whoever made that comment about Maemo 5 being what Symbian should have been. At least Symbian can be used in portrait orientation and it has MMS capability built into it, and at least with Symbian I have my hardware call send and end buttons, and how about my music equalizer I can custom adjust, or any equalizer at all?? No voice dialing, and a lack of multiple customizable profiles either with this. If a Maemo device doesn't have any of that, thanks but no thanks. I'll take Symbian any day and deal with the average multitasking ability and it's decent web browser. Add all that, and you've got a winner in terms of software.

6. James Dang

Posts: 16; Member since: Oct 24, 2009

I think Window Mobile & Android can beat Symbian flat!!! Many cell phone manufacturer is avoiding Symbian and go to Window Mobile & Android specially Sony Ericssson.

5. AlaneCzeQ

Posts: 19; Member since: Jun 12, 2009

now, that is one hell fat brick phone ... no way it will fit into any pocket imo its still not a phone enough ... portrait mode + normal phone functions

7. sonisoe

Posts: 440; Member since: May 06, 2009

heard this doesnt do mms ? what about yahoo messenger instead of google talk ?
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