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Nokia N900 Mobile Phone Review – The Gsm Internet Tablet With Linux

Announced in August and Released in November 2009, the latest in the Nokia family of Internet Tablets is sure to please those who longed for cellular GSM ability in their QWERTY handsets. It still bears the same no-nonsense Nokia appearance, any colour, so long as you like black, but in overall impression it still looks sleek and professional.

The Nokia N900 weighs quite a bit – at 181g and measuring a shade under 111mm x 60mm x 18mm, its 113cc volume hangs heavy in your pocket, however, considering the functions it offers, Nokia have done well to keep the weight down as well as they have.

This mighty quadband handset works on both 2G (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) and 3G (HSDPA 900/1700/2100) networks. It features the Maemo 5 operating system running on an ARM Cortex A8 600MHz processor supported by the PowerVR SGX Graphics chipset. Data transfer takes place by means of class 32 GPRS and EDGE technology and runs on 3G at 10Mbps on HSDPA and at 2Mbps on HSUPA. Other connectability includes Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g and DLNA WLAN, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP microUSB 2.0 and an infra red port – unusual these days in a handset.

For talking to your friends and work colleagues, messaging is via SMS (threaded view), Email, Push Email and IM. The browser supports xHTML, HTML and RSS feeds.

When you open the box, the package contains the Nokia N900 handset, a microUSB charger, a converter for previous Nokia Chargers, microUSB cable, a TV-out cable and a Stereo headset with two sets of eartips. Also in the box is the User Guide and a very useful and thoughtfully provided cleaning cloth.

The N900 comes with 5 games pre-installed, with more downloadable but it does not support Java. It does, however, feature Skype and Google Talk VoIP integration, MP3/WMA/WAV/eAAC+ music player, TV-out, PDF Document Viewer, Photo Editor and Adobe Flash Player 9.4. GPS is also part of the package with A-GPS support and Ovi Maps, and it does include a Stereo FM radio via third party software and an FM transmitter. The speakerphone with stereo speakers and inbuilt standard 3.5mm audiojack allows for listening pleasure while you are working.

The memory in the Nokia N900 internet tablet allows for practically unlimited entries and fields in the phonebook, Photocall and detailed phone records for a maximum period of 30 days. The internal storage is a very satisfying 32GB with 256MB of RAM. If required, there is also the ability to boost the memory up to 16GB via a microSD card.

If taking photos is one of your pleasures, the Primary 5 megapixel Camera features Carl Zeiss Optics, autofocus, Dual LED flash and even a video light. It does support Geo-tagging and has the capability to take video (WVGA – 848×480) at 25fps. There is also a secondary VGA camera.

We did like:

Nokia as a company really tries hard to produce mobile phones which cater for everyone

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