Anonymous, 30 Sep 2009You must of heard all the buzz lately, about Nokia’s upcoming N900 Internet Tablet right? If n... morewhat buzz lately??LOL haha if youre talking about buzzing the crowd, i remember the last 2 was the iphone 3G and 3Gs. so what about the n900?LOL do you think a nokia phone with big memory, a 5mp cam and a new o.s. can already beat an iphone??LOL you are funny man.LOL
you are a stand-up comedian!LOL
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2009You must of heard all the buzz lately, about Nokia’s upcoming N900 Internet Tablet right? If n... moreThe N900?
Sorry it's got no document editing.
Can't send MMS.
Most things are stuck in landscape mode.
Here's something about the browser:-
"The browser boasts built-in support for Flash 9.4 as well as AJAX. It would seem not much has changed compared to the previous version, but in terms of philosophy Nokia have tried to deliver browsing experience as close to Apple's Safari as possible, since it's the effective benchmark on the market, that is still unreachable for many other phone makers. And Nokia with their Maemo Browser are not an exception.
But the first thing we need to find out about this browser is how quickly it renders pages. For reference, The Nokia N810, compared to any iPhone, ends up hopelessly behind Apple's smartphone. Being an owner of both devices, however, I must say that my bedside table has been occupied by the iPhone for quite a while now - the simple fact is that it is speedier and doesn't have as many flaws (it does crash occasionally, but in return its page rendering speed is phenomenal). That's why I had been really looking forward to the new N900 and its revamped browser, however after a month of quality time with it I reached an unfavorable conclusion - even though Maemo Browser is developing at a rapid pace, it hasn't caught up with the rest of the pack yet, as it still can't stand comparison to the browser application found in Android-based phones or Apple's iPhone (Safari WebKit). Why so? Perhaps there is not a whole lot of resources allocated to this department, although Maemo Browser still beats the application available in S60 devices."
So the browser is still not as good as Safari.
still no bluetooth?? what have they actually updated apart from video camera which no one uses anyway? rip off in my opinion!! go for the new samsung W880 available next month that actually does what you need!
You must of heard all the buzz lately, about Nokia’s upcoming N900 Internet Tablet right? If not, you don’t know what you’re missing, as the phone is definately shaping up to be great device.
After seeing all the videos of the Nokia N900, as well as the first look at the stylish Maemo 5 interface, could the N900 step up to be a competitor to the iPhone? If you are not too bothered about the N900, then what about the Nokia X6? That has just been announced too and looks like a good option for those looking for an iPhone alternative.
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2009This phone is dangerous! Keep it away from you! It blowed up in the face of my friend..:(Why don't you tale some photo's and post them?
Tell the newspapers, then post a link.
What have you got to back this statement up?
This phone is dangerous! Keep it away from you! It blowed up in the face of my friend..:(
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2009Thanks for the link dude.Its good to let future buyers know what they could be getting into!Here, knock yourself out:-
You'll find similar discussions for all phone's.
There are 50,000,000 devices running iPhone OS at least Apple replace any with issues they don't fob you off with a repair i.e. do a software update the give the phone back.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Half those things are wrong, hellooo...
...2009 calling you are stuck in 2007.
iPhone OS 3.0 does most of those things as does the iPhone 3GS.
Your list is just a whole lot of lies.
Voice command, A2DP, custom ringtones, autofocus camera ARE PRESENT on the 3GS, among other things.
Why do you waste your time on ancient history?
Were you dropped as a baby?
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2009Tech guru John C. Dvorak has it on good authority – a sales rep from Cingular – that the Apple... moreMaybe they downloaded this onto their iphones.
rchrdrdr, 30 Sep 2009Not to hate on Apple, but I do think it's way past late to let people know about the iPhone's ... moreThanks for the link dude.Its good to let future buyers know what they could be getting into!
rchrdrdr, 30 Sep 2009Not to hate on Apple, but I do think it's way past late to let people know about the iPhone's ... moreUmmmm, you are apparently hating. Who cares about those links? A lot more people are very happy with the iphone's build quality. So what if there's several who doesn't? It's not like there are phone's out there that got 100% customer satisfaction on build quality. You're just knit picking.
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2009This device is an awful phone. It is good at being a web-browser and a ipod, but otherwise I f... moreTry QuickOffice or Docs2Go for WORD, creation and editing, of course the iPhone reads them natively.
Entourage??? Mail, Calendar and Address Book have full Exchange synchronization.
You have demonstrated your ignorance totally, you've never even touched an iPhone or you'd know these things.
You're not even good at making things up.
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2009Tech guru John C. Dvorak has it on good authority – a sales rep from Cingular – that the Apple... moreBoy was that Dvorak guy ever wrong 50,000,000 devices later and I wonder what he's got to say for himself today.
Btw what's Cingular?
I've never heard of them 0_o???
I dont know why everyone thinks the N900 is so awesome considering how many problems the N97 have with its hardware... im on my 5th handset now and its all audio problems and also the device restores back to factory settings every 2 days or so....
Cant wait to go back to the iphone....
Not to hate on Apple, but I do think it's way past late to let people know about the iPhone's build-quality. I'm just trying to inform the people, so take it easy there fanboys.
The following is merely one thread of many with those complaining about the iPhone's build-quality:
Titled: How many times have you swapped iPhone with apple?
Have fun reading!
This device is an awful phone. It is good at being a web-browser and a ipod, but otherwise I find it and the application store useless. These incremental upgrades from Apple are getting to be nonsensical. Maybe in the next iPhone they will give us a 5 mp camera and the ability to download files? Anyone who thinks this is a smartphone obviously has never used one. This device is essentially a step up from being a toy. Yes the OS is slick and the touch-screen is second to none, but it sucks as a phone. The reception is not as good as any Motorola and the call quality is mediocre at best. I find it uncomfortable to dial and talk on as compared to nearly all my previous phones. I have been using Apple computers nearly my entire life, so the iPhone was not a revelation for me, I already knew that the OS was stellar. But I find myself wondering why there is no Word, no Entourage, no PROGRAMS? Just thousands and thousands of stupid applications?
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2009Tech guru John C. Dvorak has it on good authority – a sales rep from Cingular – that the Apple... moreThis is not true. Millions of people are using the iphone. Although we all want improved battery life, it is not as bad as you said it is to be. Also, other users of other smartphones also complain of battery life. So the demand for longer battery life is not only with the iphone, but with other phones as well. Stop hating.
hi all,everyone has it's own tastes.i've owned omnia,nokia5800 n iphone3gs.all are good.initially i'm a bit reserve abt iphone but after few mths it is fantastic.Ahead of others,any applications you desires,there is in store.name it u get it(inmaterial whether free/pay)
It is a phone/pda/organiser+++++(all in one)There are weakness/strengh.u cant have the best of both worlds.TQ
Tech guru John C. Dvorak has it on good authority – a sales rep from Cingular – that the Apple iPhone’s battery goes dead after only 40 minutes of talk. Because of the info, it is Dvorak’s recommendation that Apple should simply pull the plug on the already announced and already FCC-approved iPhone. The recommendation can be read in full in Dvorak’s podcast. There’s more. According the Cingular rep, the iPhone has other issues, including the interface “fouling up constantly.”