yes hello every one the n900 is worth buying it have all the apps you need on ovi and maemo buy you need to sign up with ovi before you can get apps aslo update first go menu and look for application manager and you ll see update just click on it using wifi or gprs and your good to go
A true iphone lover will definitely complain about iphone 4's bad signal reception... if he doesn't...then he is a blind-apple-lover-loser.
i'm stuck with deciding to whether let go of my iphone 2g for this phone. my main reason is that the iphone is so limited in terms of tickering around it. and you mostly need to have a computer even just deleting your media. although in terms of app support and an iphone is an iphone. so i'm really confused
Yesterday's iPhone 4 launch was full of surprises - dead on arrival, yellow spots or white dots on the screen, lost reception signal and a bunch of happy users. It seems the yellow spots will disappear in a few days, what about the spotty reception?
There are numerous iPhone 4 users reports of the phone losing signal when you hold it covering the bottom left corner where the GSM and Wi-Fi antennas meet.
Apple states they know of the issue and their official statement is amazingly instructional:
"Gripping any mobile phone will result in some attenuation of its antenna performance, with certain places being worse than others depending on the placement of the antennas. This is a fact of life for every wireless phone. If you ever experience this on your iPhone 4, avoid gripping it in the lower left corner in a way that covers both sides of the black strip in the metal band, or simply use one of many available cases."
Reportedly, Steve Jobs was even kind enough to reply to some user emails - briefly, but straight to the point:
"Just avoid holding it that way."
Ok, we understand how clever it was of Apple to design the iPhone antennas in that way and we can accept new technology comes with its own quirks. But stating a right and wrong way of holding your phone with the latter able to leave you totally signal-less - well that's plain wrong. Not to mention even THEY hold it the wrong way on their ads.
for all iphone admirers, iphone 4 seems to be a disaster with yellow spots appearing in the retina display, poor signal reception..... worse part is apple's steve jobs is dictating that people are holding the iphone wrong which affects the antenna's performance...and not accepting its a design flaw...its a blow to the iphone crowd.....
Nokia's N900 rocks!! thats the bottom line!
segun, 24 Jun 2010Pls guys is there any twitter app for n900?if there is, how can i install it?tnxTry Mauku it works good for the basic twitter options!
Vivek, 25 Jun 2010Don't worry dude...ur wish will come true..nd wish the same for me as even my b'day is around...:)mine is cumg be4 yos so ....me first..lol
had possible to create an mobile which have all facilities & it tied like a wriest watch means a mobile need to produce by nokia like a wriestwatch
jaqi, 25 Jun 2010my birthday is arud the corner and i wish to hold this beauty...someone make my wish cum true...Don't worry dude...ur wish will come true..nd wish the same for me as even my b'day is around...:)
Demetrius, 25 Jun 2010Learn that , you can't get answers for all of your questions...Come-on Mate,
why you don't share the idea. :(
my birthday is arud the corner and i wish to hold this beauty...someone make my wish cum true...
[deleted post]Learn that , you can't get answers for all of your questions...
I already told you that im not going to post my little secret about the 30% battery life. Period. For my friend who needs the MMS settings , in which country do you live ?
Anonymous, 24 Jun 2010Hey Emmanuel, i got my unit from Cell C as they have it in stock, this is bar far the best pho... moreLOL..nothing can be compared to the BB bro..especially THE GREAT BB BOLD2 9700 aka Onyx..use it,feel it..once blackberrian always blackberrian..
planning to buy one.. is this a good phone? does it have a new version? like for 3G? is this okay for wifi?