Nokia + Linux + Maemo = Nokia N900

The Nokia N900 has redefined the world of smartphones altogether. One glance at the mobile and its features, and you are left amazed at this device, which has all the computer features. Great features combine with style and functionality to make the N900 one of the best Nokia phones on the market. With this latest Nokia mobile phone, you can now carry your work, the internet, and pure entertainment in your pocket. The N900 has features to give you the best entertainment, media, and internet worlds.

The Maemo OS is a perfect one. It is better than the Symbian one. This Linux-based OS is open-source software, and new applications can be designed and downloaded to customize your mobile at your convenience. Of course, not everyone can do this, but software developers and graphics designers can work wonders with applications and graphics.

Nokia N900

The Nokia N900 guarantees a good internet experience thanks to Wi-Fi connectivity and HSDPA. The phone also supports GRPS, EDGE, HSCSD, WAP, Bluetooth, USB, etc. All these combine to make your internet browsing and downloading smooth. The phone has Mozilla Firefox 3 with Flash 9.4 support. You can zoom pages by simply double-tapping on the screen or making circular swirling motions with your finger- a cool, fun feature of this new Smartphone.

The camera and video are great on this mobile. The 5-megapixel camera has features like 3x zoom, geotagging, autofocus, etc. The camera on this phone has a Carl Zeiss lens with dual-LED flash. Video streaming is fast and efficient with WVGA 848×480 @ 25fps. A secondary VGA camera is also present. A great feature of this mobile phone is that it permits users to edit images in any way they wish. You can cut, crop, add effects, and modify pictures any way you want to.


This new Nokia phone supports SMS, MMS, and IM like Google Talk, Skype, Jabber, etc. Typing messages is easy thanks to the sliding keyboard in QWERTY format. Although the keyboard appears cramped initially, it is quite easy and comfortable.

Slow and irresponsible touch screens are boring and uncomfortable. The resistive touch screen on this phone is quick eas,y to use, and quick to respond to. The screen is 3.5 inches long and has a resolution of 800×480 pixels, one of the best in the market. The screen also supports 16 million colors, giving you images with perfect clarity and vivid colors.

This phone has great media features. The music player supports files in the MP3, WAV, WMA, and eAAC formats. The video player supports files in the following formats: WMV, Real Video, MP4, AVI, and XviD. Thanks to the Document Viewer, you can download and view Microsoft Office Documents using this mobile phone.

The TI OMAP 3430 chipsets with an ARM Cortex-A8 600 MHz processor and 32 GB internal memory make this mobile handy and powerful. Additional features include an alarm clock, FM radio, GPS, widgets, voice memos, games, to-do lists, voice memos, etc. The N900 from Nokia guarantees you a great multimedia and internet experience and is worth buying.


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