Nokia N900 touchscreen computer phone
The Nokia N900 touchscreen computer phone packs a powerful processor capable multi-tasking, which makes the Nokia N900 stand out even among the ranks of the Symbian smartphones. With Nokia N900 you've got around-the-clock connectivity thanks to Wi-Fi and HSPA. The N900 offers phone features as well allowing full-featured telephony.
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Features of the Nokia N900 include:
- 5 megapixel camera (2592 x 1944 pixels) with Carl Zeiss optics, Tessar lens, autofocus, dual LED flash, photo editor and geo-tagging
- Video camera: MPEG4 video capture at 800 x 480 pixels
- Front camera: VGA web camera
- Display: Resistive touchscreen, 16 million colours, 800 x 480 pixels (3.5 inches) with orientation sensor, proximity sensor and light sensor
- Digital music player (supports MP3/AAC/eAAC/WMA formats)
- Integrated stereo speakers
- FM transmitter
- A-GPS with Ovi Maps
- Speed dialing
- Messaging: SMS, Email (SMTP, IMAP4, POP3, Mail for Exchange)
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- Memory: 256 MB RAM, 32 GB plus microSD memory card slot (up to 16GB)
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.1, USB 2.0, TV-Out, WLAN 802.11 b/g, 3.5 mm stereo headphone plug
- Internet: Maemo Browser with Flash video support, RSS reader, HSPA (10Mbps download, 2 Mbps upload),
- WLAN (up to 11Mbps/54Mbps)
- Quadband plus 3G
- Size: 111 x 60 x 20 mm
- Weight: 181g
About the Nokia N900
Nokia's Series 60 operating system has been around since 2001, so it's perhaps not all that surprising that when you place a Series 60 handset next to an iPhone or Android phone the OS looks a little tired. Maybe this is why Nokia has decided to use a completely different OS on the N900, its latest Internet tablet/mobile phone hybrid. Instead of Series 60 it's opted for
its newer Maemo operating system, which is based on Debian Linux. This is not the first time it's used Maemo on one of
its devices – the OS previously put in appearances on the N770, N800 and N810 Internet tablets – but it
is the first time it's been used on a device with mobile phone functionality.
In terms of looks, the N900 is certainly the most attractive phone that Nokia has produced. The design is beautiful.Of course, like Nokia's N97 and E75, this extra girth is in part due to the slide-out keyboard hidden within its frame. However, the keyboard is not quite as good as the ones on those devices. It doesn't slide out very far from the case, so there's only room for three rows of small keys.
It's definitely one of the better resistive displays we've come across, as it's quite sensitive and does a
good job of registering finger presses. Rather than use a capacitance screen like the iPhone and HTC Hero, Nokia has stuck with a standard resistive touchscreen. However, it's definitely one of the better resistive displays we've come across, as it's quite sensitive and does a good job of registering finger presses (there's also a stylus tucked away in a slot at the top of the phone).
Furthermore, the 3.5in display looks fantastic as it's very bright,produces life-like colours, and has a relatively high resolution of 800 x 480, making text and graphics look pin-sharp.
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