Saturday, June 11, 2011

The Amazing Nokia N900..

The Nokia N900 is the next evolution of the company's Internet Table, and don't let its smaller size fool you. It delivers more power, adds phone capabilities, and has one of most robust mobile Web browsers on the market today. It also runs on the Linux-based Maemo platform, which offers great customization options and multitasking abilities but has yet to live up to its full possibilities.It's got a 3.5-inch resistive WVGA screen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, an ARM Cortex 8 processor, 256MB of RAM and is crammed with 32GB of internal memory with a MicroSD slot for expansion, an FM transmitter, a 5-megapixel camera, a 3.5mm jack and a gajillion-band cellular radio, Integrated GPS, Assisted-GPS, and Cell-based receivers, Pre-loaded Ovi Maps application and automatic geotagging.Since Maemo is based on Debian Linux, the app selection should be interesting. There are alot of applications developed and upgraded every day. Aside from the slider design, the Nokia N900 bears very little resemblance to its predecessors. Instead of a tablet form factor, the N900 looks more like one of the N series smartphones, such as the N96. It is 4.37 inches wide by 2.35 inches tall by 0.77 inch thick and 6.38 ounces.Personal Experience:

Using the N900 for about 6 months. It's an awesome smartphone i've ever used. Hell lot of applications to download plus Ovi store's support too.. As i am a social guy i use alot of application to connect, post, tweet and share to my socials, my N900 really helped me alot to connect every where any time. On the other side N900 provide users the X-Terminal to run applications, fixing bugs and alot. We can test and work on Linux Kernel direct via the N900.

I really give it a 10/10. I love my N900.. :)

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