ian, 14 Dec 2009i bought my n900 from an authorized nokia seller, so far got no problem with my n900 it works ... moreyeaaa, hope to get it sooooooooooon (feeling tired from..:(
Also, ur problem will be solved in the coming up-date ( this month)...no worries..:)
All The Best
0v0, 13 Dec 2009still, i called al-Ajeas 2daym and asked about the arabic version & said:@( still no informati... morei bought my n900 from an authorized nokia seller, so far got no problem with my n900 it works well the only problem i have is that incorrect number i get when i dial *102#, though prepaid inquiry &load balance can be done by calling so no problem. Hope ur arabic keyboard will come soon.
does this xtremeeeeeee....... gadget has motion gaming and handwriting regognition.i really want to buy this monster but it hasnt arrived in bangladesh.waitin for too long.i guess i have to go for n79.so should i wait for n900.is it worth waiting.
thnX iN AdvAnCE :D :D :)
zeth, 13 Dec 2009fyi..its out in the philippinesin what particular place/store? thank you.
guys i want to ask how is this phone going for the ones who are using it ....how does its touch screen work...pluss any softwhere updates
Nokia N900 forums and stuff
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2009yeah right... in the end, they are all just phonesand that is where your wrong, the n97 whas nokia showing the formfactor of there future devices a phone + computer but it whas laking the pc power, the n900 is the oposite story, its a pc + phone (thats why there are no call butons) its not even out every where yet, the ovi store is not up yet and than there is the update that wil take place end of this month gife it 1 year and you wil see how it whent and put the standard
This machine is not supposed to be a smartphone. It's a portable workstation with a buildt-in 3G modem.
It is the mobile version of a workstation.
You can even do software development on it.
It is probably the first fully integrated completely mobile usable computer.
The N900 is in its own league period!!!!
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Anonymous, 13 Dec 2009Do any ine knows when the arabic keyboard version will be available ? Thanks .As per Nokia-MEA Dubai, it will be available this Month inshalla,,,:)
Do any ine knows when the arabic keyboard version will be available ?
QUESTON! Really lookin forward to owning one of these bad boys......my first Nokia ever......EVER people! (never gettin an iphone, tho the Mac comps are ace).
But yeah, here's my question - says here it has 256 RAM but other sites are saying 1Gb of Ram. Whats up with that? Is the rest virtual or what? Guess that would make sense but I just wanna know.
Sorry in advance if it was a stupid question!
mark, 13 Dec 2009Where to begin...this phone is awesome! I had a few issues right out of the box ( Just got it ... moreThanks Mark for that wonderful BEATING UP reply for the iphone ^_^
Indeed the N900 is the iphone killer. And for those stubborn Iphone users, name a phone that has both camera cover and full keyboard ... Along with nokia N97 it is the N900 !!!!
Iphone your glory will be FADED becuase of N900. HAHAHA
ian, 13 Dec 2009still no solution for the USSD problem, its shows incorrect number when dialled *102# in check... morestill, i called al-Ajeas 2daym and asked about the arabic version & said:@( still no information so far, also he added the version they have , is having alot of problems....so the only solution is to wait for the up-date)
but i think these 1st version copies have a problem with the hardware also, so...i told you to wait until it is officially in the retails & always prefered 2nd version..:)
hope your problem be solved in the coming up-date
Nokia N900 is the GOD of all phone and I truly appreciate it in all matters.
HD recording is a must for me and the new OS will truly be my desired phone.
I want resistive as it can be easy to navigate my needs and the Nokia N900 is what I need.
I hope when I go to Canada next year, the Nokia N900 will be available and I will have it or I will wait for it's decendant (Nokia N910 or any of the usual Nokia phones)
Though, no actual buttons on the display means I will need to get used at the FULL TOUCH UI since I like to press the red key if my programs freeze or not responding.