Nokia N900

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Nokia does not call the N900 a smartphone. According to the company, the N900 ($ 569 unlocked) is a “mobile computer.” The Linux Maemo 5, the Nokia N900 based on the way that provides 4.1 Maemo N810 Internet Tablet web as the team made available, including support for Flash 9.4. This unit is also equipped with high technical specifications, including a Cortex-A8 processor and 32 GB of memory. But the design of the user N900 less-than-intuitive and cumbersome probably the target market for Linux Geeks serious pause.
Hardware-wise, the N900 is a solid, but with 4.4 x 2.4 x 0.8 inches and 6.4 ounces is relatively large and heavy. The HTC really rival the HD2 (4.7 x 2.6 x 0.4 inches, 5.5 ounces) in size, but the phone has a much larger screen of 4.3 inches and no physical keyboard.
The face of the black N900 is characterized by its 3.5-inch dominated (800 x 480) with resistive touch screen slides up to reveal a keyboard. There is a pin hidden in the phone side, and a mini-USB charging port on the top. Volume keys on the lever, button and Quick Launch are on the right side of the phone. The back is a 5 megapixel camera with a sliding cover and dual LED flash and the limit of the camera can move to a joint, the N900 set a table and watch a movie.
The N900 does not have two buttons that send essential for every cell phone, and end buttons. This means that if you want a short call, you have to push through the user interface until you find the screen with the bookmark icon.
Since the N900 keyboard Nokia N97 has a very annoying feature: the space bar is not in the middle. Instead, it is right that requires a little tweaking of the input. Otherwise the buttons offer a good rebound, albeit a bit small for our taste.
The N900 is the first smartphone available to the public to Maemo 5 Linux OS to run.Maemo 5 is similar to Android (on Linux OS-based), in which there are multiple screens to adapt to the user. Like Android, Blackberry OS and webOS, which allows you to run multiple applications simultaneously. Even as Android can, widgets directly on the screen, wondering why Nokia is not only first use Android be. But it is an operating system with very fluid and agile, 600 MHz ARM Cortex A8 N900 and 256 MB RAM.
Navigating through the phone book is very much based on touch, and we find the user interface and screen is very accurate with his finger. However, the device is always oriented in landscape mode, although vertical inclination of the user interface is not responding.
Like the N900, you can add widgets to the screen, and there are four different screens that can be adjusted. To add or remove a widget or a link to the home screen, simply hold your finger on the blank screen until the Setup icon in the upper left corner.


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