Whats with the OS.....is it as good as windows or the Android OS that HTC offers??.....coz more the applications the better!!!
0v0, 26 Nov 2009can u plz confirm if it is full arabic support?Does phone support Chinese at all?
Long, 27 Nov 2009ok, so far the phone experience is terrific and a few bugs here and there, but not enough to n... moreonly 27 gb as the rest is used for application memory..some is used for home screen functionality and some for other phone usage...
Long, 27 Nov 2009ok, so far the phone experience is terrific and a few bugs here and there, but not enough to n... morenot shure, but I'd say that because that memory is the one used for the OS and the preloaded stuff
same as with computers, usb's and other types of memories
ok, so far the phone experience is terrific and a few bugs here and there, but not enough to notice but can anybody answer my question to why it is a 32gb internal storage, but when you go to settings internal memory it states only 27 is available?????????
Does uk and us version n900 support Chinese language support?
How much does it cost there?
jenjen, 26 Nov 2009which one is better n900 or n97?can someone tell me if they were to choose from n97 and the n900 which one would they choose and why?
n920 going to support multitouch with capacitive screen over Mamo 6 . i think we going to see it at mwc 2010 in feb.
faisal, 26 Nov 2009i See Shop live Arrivel nokia N900 price Dhs 3000/= can u plz confirm if it is full arabic support?
how is the sound quality of the phone ? ? ?
Sony Ericsson W995 or Nokia N900
Which phone has a better headphones sound clarity ? ? ?
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2009great phone like milestone n900 and milestone are best phone today around but nokia ... morethere's capacitive screen on the nokia x6. if the phone has real keyboard then capacitive is not a deal breaker.
It's a bit sad to see people posting about "lack of MMS" "crippled phone functionality" "lack of profiles" "bad calendar" "missing bluetooth profiles". The reviews highlight how "bulky" and "heavy" it is.
It's not a phone and it's never meant to be. The N900 continues the Internet Tablet heritage and just having a cellular radio does not suddenly make it a phone. After all, all official Nokia sites use the term "Mobile Computer", not a "Smartphone". It's not even marketed as a phone. Everyone just has gotten the idea that it's the Nokia's new "flagship" phone. Perhaps because the model number so so much higher than the N97?
For anyone looking for the next Nokia Flagship phone should stick to the N97 (now that most of it's bugs are ironed out) and potentially buy the next Maemo device in the product line equipped with general customer ready Maemo 6 Operating System when it's out.
For anyone "geekish" person who loves the Open Source fundamentally of the device will love it, having access to x-terminal and the ease of developing software for it. Also the great browser and messaging are included.
But your basic customer who has used Symbian it's a whole different thing. They expect N900 to have every single same feature as the Symbian platform. And they expect it to work in the same exact way as Symbian.
Symbian is a phone OS that has been in development for since the 90's. Maemo is a mobile internet device OS that has been in development since 2005 (?) and the phone functionality was added only in latest version. You can't even compare them one to another!