Nokia N900

  |   by Brighthand Staff

The Nokia N900 has the same general shape as Nokia’s earlier Internet Tablets: a slider with a large WVGA touchscreen and a landscape-oriented keyboard. However, unlike its predecessors, this is a smartphone with HSPA 3G. It also has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It runs a new version of Nokia’s open-source Linux-based operating system, Maemo 5. Other features include 32 GB of storage and a 5 MPx camera and Carl Zeiss optics.

  • Pros


    • Aggregated contacts with VoIP, and IM
    • Browser performance
    • Quality of optimized third-party applications
    • Battery life (on EDGE connectivity)
    • Speed of major updates


  • Cons


    • Battery capacity
    • Disconnected user experience with some default apps
    • Really hard to remove rear panel to access micro-SDHC and battery


Quick Take

To those willing to try on something new, the N900 is a solid addition.

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